An article was published on the information portal of the Turkish international television channel TRT-Avaz on the efforts of Uzbekistan to support the economy against the backdrop of damage from the pandemic of a new coronavirus infection, Dunyo reported.
Representatives of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Rome, the khokimiyat of Bukhara region, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Investments and Trade and the leadership of the Center for Development of Investment Projects (CRIP) held online negotiations with the vice president of the branch of the Italian Confederation of Industry (Confindustria) in Russia Luka Picasso, the president of Italmatec, Giovanni Petriccioli, and the representative of Redstar Invest, Antonio Ricci.
A meeting held on 28 May in Tashkent under the leadership of President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and discussing priorities in ensuring a competitive environment in the economy and protecting consumer rights has attracted the attention of international organizations in Geneva, including the Conference United Nations Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Dunyo reports.
Leading Turkish media - The Anatolian Anadolu News Agency continues to regularly inform the public of its country about the most notable events in Uzbekistan, Dunyo reported.
The EBRD is launching a free-to-use online learning and advice programme to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) confronted with the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. These private small businesses are vital for the economies where the EBRD invests.
The Sergeli Elevated Metro is scheduled to be commissioned in September 2020. This was reported during a meeting of the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev with the leadership and residents of Sergeli district.
In accordance with the resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan from 9 January 2020 No. PP-4563 “On measures for the implementation of the Investment Program of the Republic of Uzbekistan for 2020-2022”, an investment project is being implemented at Uzbekneftegaz modernization of three units for producing propane-butane mixture (UPPBS) by the Shurtan oil and gas production department worth US$49.0 million.
Representatives of the Ministry of Housing and Public Utilities of Uzbekistan, Japanese companies Kawasaki Trading Co., Ltd. and Tokyo Gas Engineering Solutions Corp. discussed the implementation of the project on the implementation of smart energy management systems in our country, Dunyo reported.
The Council on Tariff and Non-Tariff Regulation examined articles published in separate social networks and Internet resources regarding excise taxation of petroleum products.