Tuesday, 07, July, 2020


Currency policy liberalization of scale is expected in Uzbekistan in 2017, which is aimed at the development of the local currency market and raising its efficiency and improving conditions for foreign economic activity of business entities.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today approved a $154 million loan to enhance horticulture value chain development in all 12 regions in Uzbekistan and the autonomous region of Republic of Karakalpakstan.

The regulator announced that the Board of the Central Bank made a decision to maintain the Bank’s rate at 9%. The Central Bank added that the decision was aimed at implementing the effective monetary policy, keeping the inflation at its target level and stimulating the economic growth.

The Uzbek Finance Minister announced that the license of Agro Invest Sug’urta (an insurance company) has been revoked following the decision of the Tashkent city Economic Court dated 24 May 2016. 

A regulation has been adopted in Uzbekistan on procedure of suspending transactions, freezing monetary funds or other assets, providing access to frozen assets and resumption of transactions of persons, included to the list of persons, who were engaged or suspected to be engaged in acts of terrorism or proliferation of arms of mass destruction.

China's yuan joins the International Monetary Fund's basket of reserve currencies on Saturday in a milestone for the government's campaign for recognition as a global economic power. 

The Uzbek Currency Exchange has obtained the license for foreign currency exchange operations, reports the press service of the Central Bank of Uzbekistan.