Products from Uzbekistan consumer goods producer Artel are now sold in over 20 countries.
The Islamic Development Bank and the Government of Uzbekistan have announced the launch of Uzbekistan’s first dedicated impact investment fund, with initial capital of $100 million.
Supply chain shocks have proven one of the most challenging economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for landlocked countries which have limited modes of connection to global markets.
Uzbekistan has green-lighted six new projects with the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), the Muslim world's premier multilateral financial institution.
An estimate from UzAtom, Uzbekistan’s nuclear agency, claims that carbon credits earned through the use of nuclear power could earn the country $19 billion over the lifetime of the nuclear power plant.
The annual meetings of the Islamic Development Bank Group will take place in Tashkent, bringing together over 2,000 delegates for discussions focused on addressing the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government of Uzbekistan will sell its share in Coca-Cola Bottlers Uzbekistan in a $252 million deal.