On the occasion of the Railway’s Day, Uzbekiston Temir Yullari (Uzbekistan Railways) held a meeting devoted to the results of the company’s activity and achievements that followed Uzbekistan’s independence.
Uzbekistan decreased production of cotton fiber by 2.7% year-on- year to 618,606 tonnes in the first five months of 2007, Interfax quoted the state statistics department.
“Made in Uzbekistan 2007”, a traditional exhibition of goods produced in Uzbekistan for export will be held on 24-28 August at UzExpoCentre in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
This week the 777 Wine and Brandy Factory will be launched in Novosibirks, Regnum quoted the Director-General of Vitta Company Tatyana Budennaya as saying.
Climate change poses an unparalleled threat to human development. The countries of Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States, - many still grappling with a communist legacy of environmentally-unfriendly industry - are among the world’s worst producers of greenhouse gases. But carbon financing offers new opportunities for these developing countries to attract investment and cut emissions, and UNDP is working with the region to find solutions to help fund more sustainable development for the future.
Agromashholding, the largest Russian producer of agricultural technology will hold the presentations of its wheeled tractors and rigs on 6-24 August in all regions of Uzbekistan, the company’s press service said.
The receiving-passing testing of IL-76TD-90VD aircraft produced at Tashkent Aircraft Production Corporation named after Chkalov (TAPOiCh) on the order of the Volga-Dnepr Group was started on 31 July. This is the second aircraft of this type. It will join the Group’s fleet in the third quarter of this year. The order was financed by the Russian Sberbank, which opened a credit line for Volga-Dnepr Leasing Company with a limit of up to 45 million rubles for seven years in the early 2007.
The New Delhi-based electrical component major N K Minda Industries plans to start its overseas plant in Uzbekistan.