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This question is my future research work

How does modernization in the transport road network sector affect on economic development of Kazakhstan?

Does the question sound correct?

It seems to me. There is redundancy in usage of these words

the transport road network sector

  • All roads are for transport, but not all transport is by road. The phrase you need is road transport (as distinct from rail transport etc.). I would say that network was unnecessary too. – Kate Bunting May 16 at 12:28
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    And delete the on. Things have an effect on or they affect something, in this case affect the economic development ...... (Either affect economic development IN K... or affect THE economic development OF K... – Ronald Sole May 16 at 13:04
  • 'affect [something] ', not 'affect on [something]'. – Michael Harvey May 16 at 16:15
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"Road network" means all of the physical roads themselves.

"Transport sector" means the industry that surrounds transport: freight, buses, taxis, trains, airports, road management, etc.

"Road transport sector" could mean the part of the transport sector that is just roads (ie, not trains, planes etc).

I don't know what you mean by combining all four words though.

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