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19 March 2008 11:00
President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov signed a resolution “On further measures for further expansion of the activity and strengthening of the resource base of the Uzbekistan Reconstruction and Development Fund”.
18 March 2008 09:31
Union National Bank yesterday signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with National Bank of Uzbekistan whereby the two banks would endeavor to expand their cooperation that would help enhance strategic trade and investment ties between Uzbekistan and the United Arab Emirates with the purpose of supporting and reinforcing the economic ties between the two countries.
17 March 2008 09:43
Emirates NBD, the largest bank in Middle East by assets, and the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of Uzbekistan (NBU), the largest bank in Uzbekistan, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore the potential for cooperation in the field of trade finance.
10 March 2008 12:09
National Bank of Uzbekistan for Foreign Economic Activity (NBU) and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) signed a memorandum of understanding on the results of the negotiations on 5 March.
06 March 2008 12:18
A roundtable dedicated to the discussion of the draft law on Mandatory Insurance of Employer’s Civil Liability was held in the conference hall of the NMSC Business Center on 5 March 2008.
06 March 2008 10:49
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) met on 5 March to review a report from the Managing Director on noncomplying disbursements to the Republic of Tajikistan and a breach of obligations under Article VIII, Section 5 of the IMF’s Articles of Agreement.
05 March 2008 12:30
The EBRD is providing the micro finance fund IMON with a $1 million loan for on-lending to micro and small enterprises in Tajikistan.
04 March 2008 13:52
The National Bank of Uzbekistan for Foreign Economic Activity (NBU) issued about 228,800 plastic cards in 2007. The bank said it emitted totally about 1.14 million plastic cards.
29 February 2008 11:44
The World Bank plans to extend US$300 million in fresh loans to Uzbekistan in the next three years, local media in Tashkent reported Thursday.
22 February 2008 14:28
Uzbekistan, its capital flows strictly controlled by the state, will take a step towards a less rigid financial system in April by allowing its people to bring their cash back to the country without official enquiries.


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