(Русский) В интервью нашему журналу Министр экономики и финансов Республики Узбекистан Шерзод Давлятович КУДБИЕВ ответил на ряд вопросов, касающихся сегодняшнего состояния и перспектив развития финансового рынка нашей страны
Welcome to the EBRD’s 2023 Annual Meeting and Business Forum And welcome to the ancient city of Samarkand, one of the treasures of Central Asia This region has regained its historic role as a vital link on the Silk Road connecting East and West
Associate Director, EBRD’s Regional Lead economist, Central Asia Eric LIVNI shared his view on the bank’s country strategy in Uzbekistan and his own opinion on a number of current topical issues
We consider the fact that this year’s Meeting of the Board of Governors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development takes place in the ancient and unique Samarkand as an expression of high trust and respect for our country and our reforms Welcome to Uzbekistan!
At the EBRD forum held in Samarkand, we managed to talk with the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Uzbekistan, Dr. Tilo KLINNER, whereupon he expressed his opinion on the essence of this event.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, in its latest forecast “Regional Economic Prospects”, reported that inflation caused by high gas prices,
To accelerate the sustainable and digital transition in agriculture, forestry, and rural areas, it is crucial to enhance knowledge and innovation competencies and skills
FAO handed over new agricultural equipment to rural people living in the border regions of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan to increase their incomes
ANDIJAN, 22-26 July, 2023 – “Digital Valley” IT camp in Andijan
The Central Asian Animal Health Network (CAAHN) convened on 8−9 June
Between 22 and 26 May, the capital of Uzbekistan Tashkent, served as a meeting point for experts and soil scientists from all over the world
Mankind has reached such a stage of development that any solution to the crisis, whether economic or social, requires the latest achievements of science and the wide-spread introduction of innovations into practice.
Traditional sources of electricity generation are mainly hydro and thermal power plants. Nuclear power comes in third place in this list, followed by renewable energy sources.