Andrei Skabelin, director of the foreign exchange market department of the Moscow Exchange, said that it is planned to launch trading in the Armenian dram, Uzbek soum and Emirati dirham on the site in the coming months, RIA Novosti reported.
On 7 June, Minister for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications Sherzod Shermatov held a meeting with OneWeb Marketing Director Ivan Zaytsev. Representatives of the Ministry of ICT and heads of the Uzbekcosmos agency also took part in the meeting.
NAPA Automotive, a resident of IT Park, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Latvian company Corporate Solutions.
As of 1 April 2022, the number of mobile subscribers in the Republic of Uzbekistan amounted to 29.91 million units.
LeverX Group, an international IT company that specializes in the development and implementation of software on the SAP platform, as well as the creation of web, mobile and cloud solutions, has become part of the IT Park of Uzbekistan. The main task of the brand is to contribute to the country's economy, implement bold technological projects and develop a sustainable IT community.
The Uzbek-Korean international IT forum "New Uzbekistan and prospects for the development of information technologies" was held today, 27 May, at Inha University in Tashkent.
Today, on 27 May, an Uzbek-Korean forum was held at Inha University in Tashkent on the topic: “New Uzbekistan and prospects for the development of information technologies”.
Today, on 27 May, a meeting was held at Inha University in Tashkent between the Minister for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications Sherzod Shermatov and the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Korea to Uzbekistan Kim Hee-sang, Vice-President of the Research Institute Electronics and Telecommunications (ETRI) Park Jong-hyun and a delegation consisting of representatives from leading IT companies in Korea.
When COVID-19 lockdowns forced people to stay indoors, many turned to online shopping to have their necessities conveniently delivered to their homes. But not everybody had the means to do so — certainly not in Central Asia, where around half the population lack internet access and many countries don’t have the systems needed for a robust e-commerce ecosystem.
Beknazar Abdikamalov and Aziz Murtazaev from Karakalpakstan, along with their partner from Singapore Justin Kim, won a grant from Meta (Facebook) to launch a mental health startup Ami. The amount of investment was $3 million.