The Central Bank of Uzbekistan hosted a training seminar on the concept and analysis of the debt burden with the participation of an expert from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), employees of the Central Bank and commercial banks.
On 21 November, the Ministry of Finance held a regular round table on organizing the first auction trade for primary dealers on state securities with the participation of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the currency exchange of the Republic of Uzbekistan and 9 commercial banks.
The public debt of Uzbekistan as of 1 July 2022 amounted to US$26 billion, or 35.1% of gross domestic product (GDP). This was reported by the Ministry of Finance of Uzbekistan.
The volume of official reserves of Uzbekistan as of 1 November 2022 exceeded US$32.31 billion, according to the data of the Central Bank.
AFD and Sanoat Qurilish Bank (SQB) signed a €30 million agreement to encourage climate investments.
As is known, according to the decision of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan from 7 October 2022, the license for banking activities was revoked from the private joint-stock commercial bank Turkiston. This was reported by the press service of the Central Bank.
At the thirty-fifth plenary session of the Senate, the report of the Cabinet of Ministers on the execution of the State budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan for the first nine months of 2022 was considered.
A meeting was held at the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan with representatives of the Moneycorp company, in which issues of cooperation in the framework of the supply of banknotes were discussed. This was reported by the press service of the regulator.
On 15 November, the Ministry of Finance held a meeting with representatives of the International Monetary Fund. It was attended by Finance Minister Timur Ishmetov, Deputy Minister Akhadbek Khaydarov and representatives of the departments of the Ministry.