Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo) is in talks with Uzbekistan Airways to create a formal silk route, which will enable MASkargo to leverage on Uzbekistan Airways to fly its cargo to CIS countries and it in turn will fly Uzbekistan Airways’s cargo to Europe.
For 5-7 September, the first hall of the UzExpoCentre became the focus of attention of all those related to publishing, printing, advertising, labeling, and packaging. This year too, two major international exhibitions UZBEKinPRINT (printing, publishing, advertising and stationary) and UZUPACK (packaging and labeling) are sharing the show space and taking place simulateously.
The Navoiy Mining and Metallurgical Combine, the largest gold producer in central Uzbekistan, is boosting uranium production, the Uzbek Pravda Vostoka newspaper reported on 5 September.
The presidents of the Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) member-states will sign in Dushanbe in early October five out of 23 documents to form the Customs Union, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Naryshkin told a meeting of the EurAsEC integration committee on Wednesday.
Industrial enterprises in a number of districts in Tashkent Region of Uzbekistan are doing well, an analytical report published in the Uzbek newspaper Pravda Vostoka on 4 September said.
There are more than 20 items on the agenda of the 37th session of the Integration Committee of the Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) that is to be held in Moscow on Wednesday.
Malaysia Airlines’ (MAS) air freight unit, Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo), is establishing a freight hub in Tashkent, Uzbekistan’s capital, this month to tap the fast-growing cargo business in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Business Times reported.
Production in Asia is expected to continue to increase in 2007/08 to a record of 14.9 million tonnes, which would represent 59% of world production, International Cotton Advisory Committee said.
The number of registered legal entities in all sectors of the economy reached 461,200 as of 1 July 2007, of them 423,000 (91.7%) were in operation, according to the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan, according to the data of the State Business Register.