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Old November 17th, 2010, 11:35 AM   #21
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US, Uzbekistan agree on security cooperation
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TASHKENT, Nov. 17 (PNA/RIA Novosti) -- The US Central Command and Uzbekistan's Defense Ministry have signed a security cooperation program, the US Embassy in the Central Asian country said on Wednesday.

The document was signed during a visit to Uzbekistan by the head of US Central Command, General James Mattis.

"The program outlines a series of mutually agreed-upon engagements and training opportunities for fiscal year 2011," the embassy said.

Mattis met with Uzbek officials to discuss regional security and the situation in Afghanistan.

The United States used an airbase in Uzbekistan as part of operations in Afghanistan from 2001 until 2005 but has since relied exclusively on the Manas facility near Bishkek, the capital of neighboring Kyrgyzstan. (PNA/RIA Novosti)
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Old December 14th, 2010, 03:38 PM   #22
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Mekhnat Uzbek to Build $15M Brewery in Uzbekistan
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TASHKENT, Uzbekistan—In 2011, the Mekhnat Uzbek Agricultural Company will build a US$15 million brewery in Andijan.

The capacity of the brewery will be 3 million dal (30 million cubic decimetres) of beer per year. The start-up is scheduled for September 2011. Denmark's Holvrieka AS will be supplying the main technological equipment. The second phase of production will begin in 2012, at which time the brewery will start producing soft drinks.

The project is financed by a loan of €6.3 million (US$8.2 million) from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and Mekhnat's own means.

In 2004, the EBRD issued a loan worth €2.8 million to the Mekhnat which helped to double its production capacity. Currently, the design capacity of the Mekhnat Pivo brewery in the Tashkent region is 5 million dal of beer per year. The company produces three brands of beer.

The Mekhnat agricultural company is the largest producer in Uzbekistan's alcohol industry which also produces beer, mineral water and juices. Its wine production capacity is about 3 million dal per year (40 percent of the market).

In January-September 2010 beer production in Uzbekistan increased by 20.3 percent up to 22.004 million dal. The largest beer producers in Uzbekistan are the Inter-Rokhat JV, UzCarlsberg JV and Mekhnat Pivo. The total production capacity of these enterprises is over 32 million dal of beer per year.
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 01:29 AM   #23
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Uzbekistan making soccer world 'take notice'
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DOHA — Uzbekistan are treading new ground at the Asian Cup and coach Vadim Abramov says their run to the semi-finals has proven to the world they can never be taken lightly.

The Central Asians are ranked a lowly 108 by FIFA, below minnows such as Haiti, Grenada and Antigua and Barbuda, but they have been impressive in Doha, beating hosts Qatar and then Kuwait before drawing with China.

A battling 2-1 win over Jordan in the last eight on Friday evening put them into the semi-finals for the first time in their history, and the soft-spoken Abramov was delighted.
"Now we are a tough team and I think our country is very happy," he said.

"I think people who watched on TV have seen how Uzbekistan can play and they will know that we are a good team that is never easy to beat."

Following a goalless first half, a quick-fire brace from Ulugbek Bakaev earned his side the right to face either Australia or Iraq on Tuesday for a place in the final.

The former CSKA Moscow striker pounced twice in the space of three minutes soon after half-time before Jordan captain Bashar Bani Yaseen pulled one back to set up an exciting finale.

Abramov said he told his team to come out in the second half and attack.

"At half-time I told them that in the first five minutes they must be strong. I told them to attack as soon as they went out and we got two goals," he said.

"It was a tough game because I think some of my players were a bit scared to play, but obviously I'm very happy."

Asked if they could now win the tournament, he replied: "Yes, why not? From the first time I got here I said we have come here to win. It's the same now."

Abramov made five changes to the side that drew 2-2 with China in their last game, including picking Bakaev, who he said would now be famous in Uzbekistan.

"He is a big player with plenty of experience, I know him very well," said Abramov, who has been in the job since replacing popular former national team star Mirdjalal Kasimov in April last year.

"I gave him a chance and he scores two goals. He has made history and everybody now knows his name in Uzbekistan."

In fact, so impressed was the coach by his team's performance that he feels certain players could make the switch to playing in Europe's top leagues.

"In Uzbekistan, there are so many talented players and this tournament I think it can also encourage young players," he said.

"My players can play in other teams in Europe but I also hope the standard of football in Uzbekistan improves."

Next up for the Uzbeks is either defending champions Iraq or heavyweights Australia, and Abramov does not mind which one his team faces.

"Now I wait to see which team gets through to the next round, maybe Iraq, maybe Australia. It doesn't matter who it is," he said.

"We need to rest and then look at what we are lacking and what we can do because so many players are tired already. I'll see what we can do."
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Old June 7th, 2011, 10:16 AM   #24
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Sarikova shines in Uzbekistan win
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Amman: A brace from Makhliyo Sarikova helped Uzbekistan down hosts Jordan 3-0 in the second round of their 2012 London Olympics Asian women’s qualifiers recently.

Uzbekistan, who lost the opener 5-1 to Thailand, began positively and Feruza Turdiboeva gave them the lead in the 76th minute.

Sarikova scored her first in the 78th minute and made it 3-0 three minutes later.

The five-team qualifiers have been reduced to four after Iran were found to have violated FIFA’s Equipment Regulations.

The issue of the equipment regulations violation by Iran has been referred to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.
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LukOil raising $500m for Uzbekistan projects
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LukOil intends to raise U$500m to finance on a limited recourse basis the development of Khausak-Shady-Kandym project in Uzbekistan.

The lenders' consortium is expected to include international financial organizations, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) and commercial banks: BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA, Korea Development Bank, Crdit Agricole CIB and UniCredit Group.

The commercial part of the facility structure is expected to include risk insurance to be provided by ADB and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA).

The banks are now seeking internal approval for the transaction.
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Uzbeks discuss laser attacks on planes
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TASHKENT – Uzbekistan Airways (UA) recently held a seminar devoted to the danger of laser attacks on planes, CA-News.org reported August 8.

Seminar participants discussed the danger of laser rays blinding pilots. Such rays can come from powerful equipment or from small key-chain laser pointers, conferees learned.

Given the potential danger to aircraft safety, such laser attacks are punishable by law and are considered equivalent to terrorism, Interior Ministry representatives told the seminar.

The seminar ended with formulation of a strategy for co-operation in finding the culprits of such crimes.
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Uzbekistan: European Cotton Traders Reject NGO Claims of Forced Child Labor
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A German non-governmental organization using an innovative approach to try to get companies to cease participating in the use of forced child labor in Uzbekistan has received a disappointing response from European cotton traders. Yet the process has shed light on the issue and enlisted a pledge from the traders to cease buying cotton from Uzbekistan -- if it can be proved child labor exists.

The Berlin-based European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) tried targeting European Union companies that trade in Uzbek cotton and profit from child labor by using the complaints procedure of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), a 33-member Paris-based economic body.
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Old August 27th, 2011, 11:19 PM   #27
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Do we have any Uzbek members it is quite a populous country isn't it?
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Old March 21st, 2012, 06:37 AM   #28
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March 21 announced a working day in Uzbekistan
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President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov signed a decree to reschedule the weekend to create favorable conditions for people's rest and rational use of working time.
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Old June 1st, 2012, 03:12 PM   #30
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Tashkent - Largest city of the Central Asia

Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and of the Tashkent Province. The officially registered population of the city in 2008 was about 2.2 million. Unofficial sources estimate the actual population may be as much as 4.45 million. Tashkent - largest city of the Central Asia


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Tashkent - financial center of Uzbekistan

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International Business center

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In the International business center located the main offices of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank, Tashkent Plaza
Investment Bank NBU (One of the largest in Central Asia), Intercontinental Tashkent


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Tashkent Open -Sony Ericksson WTA TOUR

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Tashkent Business District

Tashkent business district

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Business district - a large number of office buildings for small, medium and large businesses

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In Business district located offices of foreign companies, local banks, oil and gas and telecommunications companies




Tashkent business district is located in the prestigious district of the capital at the metro station "Oybek". In the business district located world's leading companies as PriceWaterHouseCoopers, Deloitte, (Tashkent located BIG 4 Big Four auditors - PRICEWATERHOUSECCOPERS, KPMG, Deloitte, Ernst & Young and the global auditor of the second level - Grant thornton international) Maxam, ZTE, Huawei, KDB and local banks.


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Tashkenland & Aquapark - largest of Central Asia

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Ташкент такой, каким я его себе и представлял. А именно современным, красивым, с развитой инфраструктурой. Молодцы узбеки)
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В Ташкенте есть здания 20+ этажей?
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Есть.

Здание Инвестиционного Банка Узбекистана (NBU)

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107 метров (27 этажей)

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Здание Ассоциации Банков Узбекистана

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Эти здании пока самые высокие в столице
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