Ravshan Gulyamov left the post of chairman of the Committee for assistance to privatized enterprises and competition development, the committee said.
Ravshan Gulyamov, 50, had been in charge of the Committee since April 2017. He graduated from the Tashkent State University (1992) and the Australian National University (1998).
In 1992-2004 he worked in the Central Bank, since 2001 he was deputy chairman of the Central Bank. In 2004-2007, he held the post of first deputy chairman of the National Bank and chairman of Asaka bank. He also worked (2007-2016) as First Deputy Minister of Finance, Minister of Economy, Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade and Executive Director of the Uzbekistan Fund for Reconstruction and Development.
As sources in the government told The Tashkent Times, Ravshan Gulyamov’s has been assigned new role, chief of the Information and Analytical Department on Macroeconomic Analysis and Forecasting, Reforming the Financial and Banking Systems, Development of Private Enterpreneurship and Small Business of the Cabinet of Ministers.