Two lawyers examine Uzbekistan’s plans to lure investors by using English law.
Having made a successful debut on the international bond market this year, Uzbekistan is considering options for future funding that could include a Eurobond issue in the local currency.
CMDA announces short-listing of 20 companies for IPO/SPO through Tashkent Stock Exchange.
Uzbekistan is a youthful country with a reported 60% of the population under the age of 30. The younger generation, which has only known digital technology, is moving into the tech sector with gusto.
Local retail champions are expanding aggressively in the face of competition from international players attracted by the opening up of Uzbekistan’s economy.
Uzbekistan’s trade and FDI have soared after the reforms of the last three years. Deputy Investment and Foreign Trade Minister Laziz Kudratov outlines the next steps as Tashkent aims for WTO membership and a revival of Central Asian transport links.
Rock bottom global interest rates have been a boon for so-called frontier-market countries, which have been able to borrow cheaply to finance their development needs. But there can be too much of a good thing
Uzbekistan is preparing state-owned companies for privatisation in tandem with drawing up plans for a new strategy to revitalise the domestic capital markets.