The "Belarus2007" Second National Fair started on 3 October and will last until 5 October at Intercontinental Hotel in Tashkent.
Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) countries intend to set up single customs area, as reported on the press conference in Moscow yesterday Grigory Rapota, the Secretary General of the EurAsEC, reports KZ-today correspondent. "Documents establishing single customs area will be signed in Dushanbe on the summit of heads of states on October 6".
An El Al plane making its way from Israel to Hong Kong was forced to land in the Uzbek capital of Tashkent due to a technical problem in one of its engines.
The year 2007 for the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Uzbekistan has turned into the year of Good Governance Program promotion. The AmCham representative office has organized five seminars and workshops for different groups of business community in Uzbekistan.
The Margilon Mexanika Zavodi (Margilon mechanical plant) has begun to assemble agricultural equipment from spare parts delivered from China.
International conference "Tourism and environmental (eco-) tourism with a goal of social protection and sustainable development" timed to the World Tourism Day was held in Tashkent. Ecosan international organization for ecology and health organized the event.
Uzbek automaker UzDaewooAuto produced 112,718 cars in January-August, up 28.1% on the year, Prime-Tass reporting quoting Uzbekistan’s State Statistics Committee.
Uzbekistan plans to set up production of large trucks and buses at SamAvto, the Samarkand Automobile Plant, a source at Uzavtoprom told Interfax. The Uzbek government passed a resolution outlining measures to expand the products SamAvto produces, he said.
The representatives of the leading Russian producers of agricultural machinery arrived with a visit in Uzbekistan.
Turkmenistan could hike prices for the gas it supplies to Russia’s OAO Gazprom to US$150 per 1,000 cubic meters from the current US$100 level, Russia’s Kommersant daily reported Thursday quoting Turkmen officials, according to Thompson Financial.