Tuesday, 16, October, 2018

Business

On September 15-17, the 4th pavilion of UzExpoCentre will host an exhibition of Kazakh goods, the Committee for Investments said.

The Turkish Demir Group will build the Eski Shahar (Old CIty) tourist zone in the old part of Tashkent.  The company has set up special purpose joint venture: Inter Tourism to this end.

Tashkent will host an Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan business forum on September 16, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan said.

The new agricultural and car tires factory hosted by Angren FEZ produced its first experimental batch of car tires, UzKimyoSanoat said in a statement.

SFI Management Group became the owner of 80% shares of PAXTAKOR FC LLC at zero encashment value with the condition of meeting investment obligations. The resolution to sell the controlling stake to a foreign investor was signed by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed the Commissioner for Protection of Rights and Legal Interests of Business Entities bill into law. The document was published in Xalq So’zi newspaper and came into force.

A 20 company strong German delegation will arrive in Tashkent on September 18-23  to hold meetings and talks with Uzbek companies, with the visit co-organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan(CCI) and the German Economy Office for Central Asia, CCI reported.

Seeking investments from India, Uzbekistan today highlighted food processing, textiles and tourism among the sectors that can help strengthen bilateral cooperation and boost economic ties of the two countries. Uzbek Foreign Trade Minister Elyor Ganiev said that the central Asian country has taken several measures to improve business and investment climate for foreign investors, PTI News said.

UzTrade within the Ministry of Foreign Trade (MFT) inaugurated a trading house in New Delhi in a view to boost Uzbekistan's exports in the Indian market, the MFT said. The trading house will host a showroom of goods of Uzbek manufacturers.

The Russian agriculture company KRMM may supply potatoes to Uzbekistan, the Russian media outlets reported.