According to the news service of the State Committee of the Republic
of Uzbekistan on Privatization, De-monopolization and Development of
Competition, the total turnover of the stock market and corporate bonds of the country for the first half of this year reached 444 billion soums.
In 2014, the National Export-import Insurance Company Uzbekinvest planned opening of 25 new branches and 25 insurance outlets in the regions, particularly in rural areas, reports the official website of www.uzbekinvest.uz.
In Uzbekistan from January to July 2014 3486 companies from 4281 were
included in the program on providing financial support and capacity
utilization and have already received financial support in the form of
bank loans and funds of owners.
The State Committee on Statistics of Uzbekistan announced preliminary
results of socio-economic development of the country in January-June
2014. During the reporting period, the volume of GDP exceeded 61 trillion. soums or as compared to the same period in 2013 increased by 8.1 %.
According to official data of State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Privatization, De-monopolization and Development of Competition, in the first half of this year in the country about 19.4 thousand placements received for rent.
During the first half of the current year the enterprises of building materials of Uzbekistan, produced goods worth 2260,7 billion Soums, which is 113,1% against the first half of 2013, the State Statistics Committee reported.
In January-June of the current year enterprises of the printing industry of Uzbekistan produced industrial products worth 341.3 billion soums (110% against the corresponding period of the previous year).
According to the 1st half of 2014 enterprises "Uzkimyosanoat" produced goods in current prices for the amount of 995.3 billion soums. Growth rate compared to the same period in 2013 was 103.6 %. The chemical industry produced consumer goods amounting to 91.3 bln. soums, while the growth rate was 134.4 %.
Today chemical industry of Uzbekistan is one of the fastest growing
industries. Produced chemicals, such as nitric, phosphoric and potash
fertilizers, soda ash, acetic acid, sodium chlorate, sodium cyanide,
nitric acid and others cover the needs of domestic market and the
markets of neighboring Central Asian countries.
On July 24 the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade (MFERIT) of Uzbekistan held a meeting with Cord Meier-Klodt, Special Envoy for Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia at the German Foreign Office.
By the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers on July 11, 2014 ¹ 190 lists
of projects gratuitous technical assistance (grants), previously agreed
with the donor countries, international and foreign governmental and
non-governmental organizations, as well as the consolidated list of
priority projects gratuitous technical assistance (grants), the proposed
donor countries, international and foreign governmental and
non-governmental organizations to finance and co-financing were
approved, reports Norma.uz.