Currently, 27 compressor stations are operated in the departments and factories under the jurisdiction of Uzbekneftegaz. With the production of hydrocarbons using these stations, more than 90% of the gas production plan is implemented. In turn, for the uninterrupted operation of these stations, it is necessary to timely replace installations, compressors and engines, carry out routine and major repairs.
According to the State Committee on Statistics, in January-March 2021, countries with a high share of Uzbekistan’s imports are:
In January-March 2021, the gross domestic product of the Republic of Uzbekistan at current prices amounted to 128.55 trillion soums, according to the State Committee on Statistics of Uzbekistan. Compared to the corresponding period 2020 growth rate is 3.0%.
On 28 April, the 20th anniversary International Exhibition of Production Technologies, Food Products and Ingredients - UzFood began its work at the Uzexpocentre NEC in Tashkent, which became the first exhibition of Iteca Exhibitions, which opened the exhibition season after the pandemic.
With the support of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan, UzAuto Motors issued Eurobonds of the RegS/144A format in the amount of US$300 million for a period of 5 years on the London Stock Exchange on April 27 this year, thereby becoming a full participant in the international capital market.
Uzbekistan’s economic growth is expected to rebound this year and in 2022 as industry, services, and investments recover following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, but the risks remain of a protracted pandemic and uncertainty abroad, according to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.
On 28 April 2021, under the leadership of the Chairman of the Board of Uzbekistan Airports Rano Djuraeva and members of the Board, an off-site meeting was held with the participation of the management of the Bukhara International Airport, the information service of the Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan reports.
The Government of Uzbekistan and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development signed a memorandum of understanding on long-term cooperation in order to achieve carbon neutrality of the domestic energy sector by 2050.