Uzbekistan has signed contracts for the export in the 2007-2008 marketing year of 650,000 metric tonnes of cotton fiber from this year’s harvest, the foreign trade ministry announced Thursday.
Uzbek aircraft maker Chkalov Tashkent Aircraft Production Association, or TAPOiCh, will be merged into Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) before the end of 2008, Viktor Livanov, a member of UAC’s management board, said Thursday at a briefing in Ukraine’s Kiev.
Enterprise Management Development workshop will be held on 13-14 October for the managers of leading companies of Uzbekistan in Tashkent. The training will be conducted based on the unique programme of the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO.
Tashkent became the capital of the cotton business for the third time this year. The practical results of the cotton forums held in Tashkent on the initiative of President Karimov observed for the past several years allow us to speak of the new stage in the development of cooperation between all countries and organizations engaged in the production, processing and sale of cotton.
Central Asia has been termed the secondary hearth for the human species. Arriving there roughly 45,000 years ago, early humans spent thousands more years in these game-rich regions before moving to Europe, Asia, or the Americas
The official Afghanistan.ru website reports that the Afghan embassy in [the Uzbek capital of] Tashkent has asked the Uzbek government to help resolve the fuel crisis that has arisen in Afghanistan.
State Commission for Tenders has announced its decision to extend the deadline for submission of offers within the frame of the open tender for the state’s shares in UzbekUgol (Uzbek Coal) in accordance with the Presidential Resolution of 20 July 2007 No. 672.
The 8th consulting session of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Transport Sector Coordinating Committee (TSCC) took place on September 6-9 in Manila, announced the Kazakh Ministry of Transport and Communication.
Uzbekistan Airways Technics, a subdivision of Uzbekistan Airways, has concluded a long-term deal with Russia’ KRASAIR airline on the line maintenance of its Boeing 757-200 and 767-200 aircraft.