The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Privatization, Demonopolization and Development of CompetitionÂ HEREBY INVITES YOU TO PARTISIPATE IN STOCK EXCHANGE SALES related to the State-owned Stock Packages present at the Charter Funds of the following Joint-Stock Companies, subject to Sale to the Strategic Foreign Investors in accordance with Resolution by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated April 28, 2015 PP-2340 "On measures aimed at increase of the share and significance of the private ownership in the economy" and Resolution by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of UzbekistanÂ dated February 10 2016 No 33 “On Measures Aimed at Implementation of the Resolution by President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated December 21, 2015 No PP-2454 “On the Additional Measures Aimed at Attraction of the Foreign Investments into the Joint-Stock Companies”
On April 6, 2016, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov received the Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs Miki Yamada, who arrived in Uzbekistan to hold negotiations in the Government, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade.
A cement plant, Turon Eco Cement, has been commissioned in Uzbekistan’s Fergana region.
Many international expert institutions predict that encouragement of small business development will become a major trend in rebooting global economy and reversing the crisis this year. There is a universal understanding that there is hardly any more effective driver of economic growth left in the world. Uzbekistan has not just built a well-considered strategic program for the development of ‘small economy’, but also created certain effective mechanisms to increase its share in GDP and export flows.
Economic growth has always been and will ever be a basis on which to solidify a state’s power and to raise a living standard of its population. A given indicator is a kind of “barometer” that is used to gauge the condition of a national economy. What’s more, it reflects the amount of efforts made by society to augment the wealth accumulated over a certain period. No country can move forward without growing economically. To top it all, it is judging by this indicator that the world’s countries are divided into 3 main groups: developed, developing and backward (or poor) nations.