The wide opportunities created in the field of entrepreneurship as a result of tax reforms and transformations have a significant impact on increasing the share of tax revenues to the state budget.
A meeting with representatives of Gazprombank PJSC (Russian Federation) was held at the Central Bank of Uzbekistan.
The basic rate of the Central Bank was left unchanged at 14% per annum in order to achieve a balance between reducing inflation to 10% by the end of the year and simultaneously maintaining economic activity in the context of persisting pro-inflationary factors and risks, as well as uncertainties about the extent of their impact.
At the X Congress of the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (UzLiDeP) on 9 September, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, noting the reforms implemented in the country over the five years of his presidency, presented an election program called the "New Uzbekistan Strategy".
In January-July of this year, Uzbekistan received remittances from Kazakhstan in the amount of about 151 billion tenge (US$352.73 million).
On 7 September 2021, the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan took part in a videoconference format at the XVIII meeting of the Coordinating Council for Accounting of the CIS member States (Russian Federation).
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a decree “On measures to create more favorable conditions for business entities in the fulfillment of tax obligations.”
The state debt of Uzbekistan as of 1 July 2021 made up US$24.2 billion, or 38.5% of the gross domestic product (GDP). This was reported by the Ministry of Finance of Uzbekistan.
The Central Bank of Uzbekistan, together with Mastercard, organized an online training Girls4Tech training for girls aged 10-14 years in order to develop girls' leadership and technological skills based on STEM principles (Science, Technology, Engineering and mathematics).