Tajikistan and Uzbekistan agreed to restore air link soon. The sides reached an agreement at talks in Dushanbe between the national carriers of the two countries.
A conference on investment in Uzbekistan in Seoul, Thursday, drew a large crowd of Korean businessmen. More than 1,000 people gathered at the conference “Free Industrial Economic Zone In Navoi City: New Investment Opportunities for Korean Partners in Uzbekistan,” leaving many late participants standing.
Women entrepreneurs, farmers and lawyers discussed the role of arbitration courts in dispute settlement at the UNDP-supported seminars in the Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of Ferghana and Andijan regions on 5-6 March 2009.
A delegation of the Tajik airmen left for Tashkent on 4 March to discuss issues of resuming flights between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan with their Uzbek colleagues.
The volume of gross regional product of the province for year 2008 amounted to US$1.5 billion, Korea Times reported.
There are 10 thermal stations and 28 hydroelectric plants in Uzbekistan, which annually produce up to 50 billion kilowatts of electricity and up to 10 million gigacalories (Gcal) of thermal energy, which fully satisfies the demand of its economy and population.
Korea National Oil Corporation recently signed a contract with Uzbekistan’s state-owned energy firm Uzbekneftegaz (UNG) in Tashkent to explore reserves in Namangan and Chust.
Gross output of private farms was 3.406 trillion soums in 2008, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said. Share of private farms in total volume of gross agricultural output was 32.5%.
Agriculture output of Uzbekistan reached 10.479 trillion soums in 2008 or grew by 4.5% year-on-year, including 5.605 trillion soums (up 2.8%) of output of plant-growing and 4.874 trillion soums (6.7%) of output of animal husbandry.