In the spirit of openness and transparency, the Uzbek government, represented by State Asset Management Agency (SAMA), has called on a large meeting of stakeholders such as development financial institutions (DFIs), news agencies including popular bloggers and Big Four consulting and audit firms and other interested parties to discuss the large privatization efforts it is undertaking.
Ex-president's daughter illegally purchased state shares in two cement plants and sold them to foreign business people prosecutors say.
The EBRD has unveiled an emergency €1bn “Solidarity Package” to help companies deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Move seen as possibly squeezing out remaining forced labour. In bid for private investment, country also ceasing practice in which government takes charge of cotton exports. Expansion of textiles production a priority.
Since President Shavkat Mirziyoyev launched the Uzbekistan 2.0 reforms, the banking landscape is starting to change drastically.
More than 100 years since International Women’s Day was declared a national holiday in post-revolutionary Russia, a new survey from the UNDP reveals gender bias is still widespread across the region.
The Uzbek government has been proactive in avoiding having any Covid-19 cases in the country thus far and the silver lining to its early stage financial development has made its equity market a golden hedge.
This is not her first attempt at exchanging money for her release.
Uzbek reform rhetoric is moving to a practical phase withlarge-scale privatization strategy prepared by the State Asset Management Agency (SAMA).