Evolution Of Business Ethics In The Textile Industry In A Sustainable Development


The study of business ethics in various countries and the development of new directions for the correct interaction of business entities is one of the important issues in analyzing the depth, diversity of culture, values, traditions and social life of each state in a globalizing world. Therefore, interest in the study of business ethics in various areas of scientific research is of particular relevance. The system of norms and rules currently accepted in world business has been formed over many centuries. That is, it took shape over a long historical period, under the influence of international trade, the development of religions, customs, traditions that have developed in that territory or region. The article deals with the cultural, social, behavioural aspects of business ethics. The stages of the formation of business ethics in Central Asia and in particular in the Republic of Uzbekistan are disclosed. The features of the cultural, social and behavioural aspects of business ethics are given. The factors influencing the behavioural character of entrepreneurs are determined. The article describes the formation of business ethics in the textile industry in the context of sustainable development.

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