At the meeting on 26 October 2023, the Board of the Central Bank of Uzbekistan conceptually approved the "Monetary Policy Guidelines for the period of 2024 and 2025-2026".
The Central Bank of Uzbekistan fined 16 commercial banks for incomplete disclosure of information about loans. This was reported by the regulator’s press service.
At the meeting on 26 October 2023, the Board of the Central Bank of Uzbekistan decided to keep the policy rate unchanged at 14 percent per annum.
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers “On approval of the Regulations on the procedure for managing the state’s fiscal obligations that may arise from public-private partnership projects” was adopted.
Uzbekistan proposes to increase the maximum size of microloans from 50 million soums to 100 million soums.
The National Agency for Advanced Projects (NAPP) suspended the Sharq-Sug’urta license for 10 days. The agency’s press service reports this.
Growing financial difficulties in the United States are raising the dollar. The higher the yield on guaranteed government bonds, the less interest there is in shares and assets of other countries with higher risks.
On 20 October 2023, a conference was held in the conference hall of Aloqabank on the topic: “Transforming finance using the latest technologies.” The event was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Digital Technologies of the Republic of Uzbekistan, heads of IT departments of banks in Uzbekistan, IT-Park specialists, IT experts, as well as media representatives.