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17 March 2008 15:08
South Korean law firm Yoon Yang Kim Shin & Yu has flagged the imminent opening of a new office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, its second foreign office after Tokyo, Japan.
17 March 2008 09:47
Top officials of Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Uzbekistan signed an agreement of cooperation on 13 March on the sidelines of the Uzbek delegation’s visit to the UAE.
14 March 2008 10:15
International Tourism Fair ITB Berlin - 2008 opened at the Central Exhibition Complex of Germany Messe Berlin.
12 March 2008 15:19
Trade and industrial exposition of the Republic of Uzbekistan was held in Tokyo in Japan in early March this year as a part of the One Village One Product Programme implemented by the Japanese government.
12 March 2008 10:14
Last year the air route was established between Egypt and Uzbekistan. It has allowed creating conditions to establish closer relations between the two countries and opened bigger prospects in the sphere of extending both business and tourism.
12 March 2008 09:50
Former Soviet Central Asian countries will begin selling natural gas at European prices next year, Russia’s state-controlled monopoly said Tuesday, which could result in markedly higher prices for European consumers.
11 March 2008 16:03
Russian gas export monopoly Gazprom said on Tuesday gas prices from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan will be at European levels from 2009.
11 March 2008 11:31
Uzbekistan plans to invest to development of its economy about US$5.4 billion from all sources of financing in 2008, press-uz.info reported quoting Ministry of Economy. The country plans to attract US$1.5 billion of foreign investments in 2008.
10 March 2008 13:34
LUKOIL Overseas (OAO LUKOIL’s 100% subsidiary) has completed a transaction with ZAO MGNK-SoyuzNefteGaz to acquire 100% of SNG Holdings Ltd. group, one of which is SoyuzNefteGaz Vostok Limited, a signatory to the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) on the South-Western Gissar and Ustyurt Region fields in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
10 March 2008 09:53
While Russia’s Gazprom dominates Central Asian natural gas exports through its pipeline monopoly, the leaders of the "stans" are unhappy about the arrangement, as Gazprom buys cheap and sells dear to European consumers, United Press International (UPI) wrote.


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