Whilst, the world was in a lockdown, the government of Uzbekistan has been busy reforming the banking sector. The government announced a detailed banking reform strategy for 2020-2025 to transform the sector
Business leaders across the Former Soviet Union are using some of the riches they have amassed in the last three decades to help in the fight against the coronavirus.
Big progress made in ending forced labour and market reforms pave way for country to move away from raw cotton exports in favour of shipping finished fabrics and clothes.
Includes Perfectum Mobile, Uzbekistan Post, 98 apartments, five restaurants, four cinemas, duty free retail outlets at city airport, network of distribution stores for Levi's, Mango and Benetton, more than 20 construction sites and Coca-Cola plant.
Is regionalization the new globalization? Stalin industrialised Uzbekistan at a high cost, but that gave the country a platform to become a regional leader as regionalisation becomes the new globalisation
ERIELL also one of three major independent drilling companies in Russia. Well construction and overhaul services provided to top oil and gas companies. Enter Engineering has important role in Uzbekistan’s COVID-19 response.
Uzbek-born businessman and philanthropist Alisher Usmanov donated $15mn to help those affected by the busting of the Sardoba dam last week that had destroyed dozens of villages and had displaced a total of around 100,000 people from their homes.
Dramatic video released on social media shows moments shortly after dam burst, flooding villages. Army sent to divert water flow to lake. Criminal proceedings launched.
Daughter of late long-ruling autocrat was accused of using threats to coerce owners to hand over companies. Affair eventually produced damages claim against Tashkent from investors in Kazakhstan’s Visor group.