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28 November 2007 10:48
Samarqand Choy Qadoqlash Fabrikasi (Samarkand Tea Packing Plant) is planning to pack 11,000 tonnes of tea in 2007, UzA reported on 27 November.
28 November 2007 10:18
Uzbekistan has left the requested volume of natural gas for 2008 intact, though the cost of the natural gas is still uncertain, said Salamat Atikeev, the head of Kyrgyzgas JSC after negotiations with representatives of Uzbekneftgas.
28 November 2007 10:07
UzDaewoo Auto, Uzbek automaker, produced 143,319 cars in January-October 2007 or up 29.1% year-on-year, the Uzbek State Statistics Committee said.
28 November 2007 09:57
A Russian government delegation headed by the first deputy prime minister, Sergey Ivanov, arrived in Uzbekistan on 27 November, Uzbek Television First Channel reported on the same day.
28 November 2007 09:46
Analyzing China’s ties with Kazakhstan in oil and gas, expert Yuriy Sigov says China has been efficiently working to encourage Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries to lay pipelines from Central Asia to its border. He suggests other leading players in the Central Asian "energy game" the USA, the European Union and Russia are losing positions to China.
28 November 2007 09:33
Russia and Uzbekistan have a huge potential for developing bilateral trade and economic interaction in the sphere of small and medium business, Board Chairman of the Russian Oil and Gas Union Yuri Shafranik told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
28 November 2007 09:21
Russian energy giant Gazprom announced on Tuesday it has agreed to pay Turkmenistan US$130 per 1,000 cubic meters of natural gas in the first half of 2008, RIA Novosti reported.
27 November 2007 15:50
Russian oil company SoyuzNefteGaz, realizing projects in CIS states, is planning to invest over US$2 billion to Uzbek oil and gas sector within 36 years, RIA Novosti reported quoting representative of Russian firm in Uzbekistan Rinat Anderjanov.
27 November 2007 15:23
The population of Uzbekistan consumed paid services for 2.07 trillion soums in nine months of 2007 or increased by 25.2% year-on-year, the Uzbek State Statistics Committee said.
27 November 2007 14:51
Retail trade turnover in Uzbekistan grew by 18.4% year-on-year to 6.81 trillion soums in January-September 2007, the Uzbek State Statistics Committee said. The committee said over 99.8% of total retail trade turnover fell to share of non-governmental sector.


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