Promoting mutual trade in woodworking and agricultural products, developing import substitution and holding joint business events are designated as priority areas for cooperation between the Belarusian Universal Commodity Exchange (BUCE) and the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Belarus. An agreement on organizing close cooperation on these issues was reached on 12 January during the visit of Uzbek diplomats to the central office of BUCE.
A major deal with shares of JSCB Kapitalbank was registered at the Uzbekistan Stock Exchange.
On 12 December 2022, a meeting was held at Uzbekistan Stock Exchange (UZSE) with a delegation of the Korean Stock Exchange (KRX) headed by Chairman and CEO Sohn Byungdoo.
In Uzbekistan, many measures have been implemented to ensure inclusive economic growth, in particular, to attract all segments of the population to the ranks of active participants in the capital market. At the same time, the best practices of foreign countries and international financial organizations are used.
Measures have been identified to normalize the situation in the energy sector, in accordance with which the tasks of increasing the daily volume of AI-80 gasoline sold on the exchange and preventing an unreasonable increase in gasoline prices, ensuring price increases of no more than 5 percent of the initial purchase price were set.
Following the results of exchange trading on 9 December 2022, stability was observed on the exchange market of motor gasoline of the Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange.
Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange, together with the State Reserves Management Committee under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, launched a specialized electronic trading platform.
In ten months of 2022, the total trading volume on the Uzbekistan Republican Currency Exchange (UzRCE) reached its record high of 549.38 trillion soums, the increase relative to the same indicator of last year amounted to 86.15%.
From 7 to 13 November, goods worth 2.58 trillion soums were sold on all trading platforms of the Uzbekistan Commodity Exchange (UZEX), which 8.3% more than the previous week. Of these, 82.9% of sales came from exchange auctions, 1.5% - from exhibition and fair sales, 15.4% - from government purchases and 0.2% - from online auctions of license plates.