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17 January 2008 10:04
Samara-based bank Volga Credit plans to enter Uzbekistan’s banking market by opening a branch there. As of now, there are no branches of Russian banks in Uzbekistan, Russian Financial Control Monitor reported.
14 January 2008 10:03
Microcredit Bank allocated micro credits for 16.6 billion soums in 2007, UzA reported.
09 January 2008 10:40
The Central Bank of Uzbekistan issued licenses to six new credit unions, the Uzbek financial regulator said on 7 January.
09 January 2008 10:24
The Central Bank of Uzbekistan registered new microcredit organization in Nukus, Karakalpakstan, the regulator said on 7 January 2008.
09 January 2008 10:16
The Central Bank of Uzbekistan replaced licenses of two Uzbek commercial banks, the Uzbek regulator said.
09 January 2008 09:58
The Central Bank of Uzbekistan has issued a license to Tashkent-based Invest Finance Bank, an open private joint-stock commercial bank, to carry out banking operations, the Uzbek regulator said on 7 January. The regulator added it has registered the new bank in the State Registrar of Commercial Banks.
01 January 2008 12:18
New edition of Tax Code came into force in Uzbekistan on 1 January 2008.
27 December 2007 15:59
Moody’s Investors Service on 27 December assigned the following global-scale ratings to the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan ("NBU"): a bank financial strength rating ("BFSR") of E+, long-term and short-term local currency deposit ratings of Ba3/Not Prime and long-term and short-term foreign currency deposit ratings of B3/Not Prime. All ratings carry a stable outlook.
27 December 2007 15:29
Moody’s Investors Service said it assigned National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan (NBU) a bank financial strength rating (BFSR) of ’E+’, long and short-term local currency deposit ratings of ’Ba3/Not Prime’ and long-term and short-term foreign currency deposit ratings of ’B3/Not Prime’ with a stable outlook.
17 December 2007 17:19
Uzbekistan-based Gallabank will increase its share capital 2.7-fold to 38 billion soums through a 14th supplementary issue of shares for 24 billion soums, the Interfax reported quoting the bank.


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