The results of achievements at the largest professional competitions and awards of famous brands of Uzbekistan for 2022 according to the Marketing Association of Uzbekistan have been summed up.
Uzbekistan has entered the top three main trading partners of Russia among the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States. Dmitry Volvach, Deputy Minister of Economy of the Russian Federation, told about this at a meeting of the Council for Interregional and Cross-Border Cooperation of the Commonwealth member states.
On November 23 of this year, Hilton Tashkent City hosted an event to launch the Uzbekistan Trade Info step-by-step trading information platform, developed in cooperation with the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade and the State Customs Committee with the UNCTAD/WTO International Trade Center (ITC) within the framework of the "Ready4Trade Central Asia" project, funded by the European Union.
On November 8 of this year, Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan Jamshid Khodjaev received the founders of the largest international marketplace Wildberries - Vladislav and Tatiana Bakalchuk. The meeting was also attended by the top management of the Russian company and heads of relevant ministries and departments of Uzbekistan.
In January-September 2021, the foreign trade turnover (FTO) of Uzbekistan reached US$28.22 billion, which, compared to the same period in 2020, increased by US$680.4 million (an increase of 2, 5%). This was reported by the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan.
In Brussels, within the framework of the participation of the delegation of Uzbekistan in the 9th round of negotiations on the draft Agreement on Expanded Partnership and Cooperation (EPCA) between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the European Union, a meeting was held between the Deputy Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade Republic of Uzbekistan B. Abidov with Director for Sustainable Development and Economic Partnership Agreements of the Directorate General for Trade of the European Commission E. Zinoviec.
The Center for Economic Research and Reforms analyzed the changes in Uzbekistan’s trade turnover with Central Asian countries. According to the analysis conducted in January-August this year, the share of Central Asian countries in foreign trade amounted to $ 3.9 billion, an increase of 15.4%.
Sardor Kodirov, the head of the department of the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan, said at a briefing that in the period of January-June 2021, the trade turnover of Uzbekistan with Russia increased by 18% to $ 3.1 billion.