Uzbekistan plans to attract US$1.435 billion of foreign investments in 2008 compared with forecasted US$1.018 billion in 2007.
Khorezm, which is famous for its ancient monuments, has always attracted the attention of tourists.
Uzbekistan’s State Property Committee again pushed back the date of a tender for the sale of 35.55% of the shares in the country’s biggest coal producer, Uzbekugol, a source at the committee told Interfax.
A delegation of Higher School of Business (HSB) under the Academy for State and Public Construction under the President of Uzbekistan paid a ten-day visit to Germany to familiarize with management experience of the country.
Central Asian countries must work together to remove barriers hampering trade and improve roads and other infrastructure if the region is to maintain its rapid economic growth, a senior Asian Development Bank (ADB) official said ahead of a regional cooperation meeting.
Germany’s CLAAS, one of the world’s leading agriculture equipment producers, exhibited its products in Urgench, Khorezm region, UzA reported.
Specialty metal and metal-based chemicals outfit Metal-Tech said its Uzbekistan joint venture has been declared bankrupt.
International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member the World Bank Group, has announced the launch of the IFC Central Asia Corporate Governance Project in Tajikistan.
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov held here yesterday talks over a wide range of political and economic issues at regional and international levels.