An exhibition of products made in the Republic of Uzbekistan has opened at Sergi Kosgi national exhibition center in Ashgabat. The exhibition has been organized by the Chamber of commerce of Turkmenistan jointly with the Chamber of commerce of Uzbekistan, the Ministry of foreign economic relations, investments and trade of Uzbekistan and OAO Uzexpotsentr. The exhibition is dedicated to a regular meeting of the Turkmen-Uzbek intergovernmental commission attended by more than 250 heads and specialists of the ministries, organizations, state committees, plants, firms and companies of Uzbekistan who arrived in Ashgabat.
Russia’s Rybinskkomplex financial-industrial company presented its activities in Tashkent, capital city of Uzbekistan, UzA reported. The report said the company presented its products, including camps, power stations, systems on processing of waters and cleaning of wastes, etc.
Temur-Chin, Uzbek-Chinese joint venture, launched in Karshi district of Kashakdarya region, UzA reported. It said the venture will produce 3,800 roofing slates per day.
On 22 January 2008 a roundtable discussion on the options for World Bank (WB) advisory and investment support to Public Private Partnership (PPP) in municipal and other infrastructure sectors was held in the Uzbekistan country office.
In a report on results of the Tajik Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2007, the Tajik foreign minister, Hamrokhon Zarifi, said that there were positive dynamics in resolving political and economic issues that arose in bilateral relations between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, Uzbek newspaper Biznes-Vestnik Vostoka reported on 29 January.
Efes Breweries International (EBI) and Heineken will establish a beer factory in Uzbekistan , according to a statement issued at the Istanbul Stock Exchange.
Uzbekistan has resumed the full-scale supplies of natural gas to [the Kazakh city of] Almaty as well as Almaty, Zhambyl and South Kazakhstan regions, the press service of the Kaztransgaz (gas transportation subsidiary of the Kazakh national oil and gas company KazMunayGaz) reported.
Ukraine is seeking to buy natural gas supplies directly rather than going through an intermediary company partially owned by Russia, the country’s prime minister said Monday, citing corruption concerns, AP reported.