Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan have agreed on the legal framework for a customs union. The agreement, reached at the Eurasian Economic Community summit in Tajikistan’s capital Dushanbe, is intended to ease tariffs and customs procedures to boost trade. In time, other EurAsEC members are expected to join.
State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Demonopolisation, Support of Competition and Enterprise has received a request from the Ministry of Economy to investigate the case of the sale of cement for compliance with the requirements of the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers dated 26 December 2002 No.407.
Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan will hold talks on natural gas, water and electricity supplies in November, Kyrgyz Energy Minister Igor Chudinov said today in answer to a question by MP Aslan Maliyev.
Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan have agreed on the supply and transit of Turkmen electricity in the volume of 1.2bn kWh via Uzbekistan to Tajikistan during five years, Tajik Avesta website reported on 4 October.
The Kyrgyz Republic and several development partners, including the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have agreed on a Joint Country Support Strategy for 2007-2010 that will aim at a high and sustainable economic growth for the Central Asian nation amid challenges brought about by political instability and geographical barriers.
The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Brussels, Belgium, hosted a briefing dedicated to tourism potential of Uzbekistan. The briefing presented information on development of tourism in Uzbekistan during independence years.
The second Polish national exhibition opened in Tashkent on 2 October within the framework of the visit of Polish delegation to Uzbekistan headed by the Deputy Economy Minister of the Republic of Poland Marcin Korolec.
The "Belarus2007" Second National Fair started on 3 October and will last until 5 October at Intercontinental Hotel in Tashkent.
Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) countries intend to set up single customs area, as reported on the press conference in Moscow yesterday Grigory Rapota, the Secretary General of the EurAsEC, reports KZ-today correspondent. "Documents establishing single customs area will be signed in Dushanbe on the summit of heads of states on October 6".