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In Italy, a preporations are being held to participate in the International Investment Forum in Tashkent

On the website of the Association of companies operating in Milan and the provinces of Lodi, Monza and Brianza (Lombardy region) “Assolombarda” an article has been published about the upcoming  International Investment Forum in Tashkent.

The article reports that the international forum will be devoted to the presentation of the international investors of the opportunities offered by the market of Uzbekistan and neighboring countries.

“Investment forum” will be held in Tashkent on 5-6 March 2020 and will be working on the following three areas: “Open for business”, “Deepening of regional ties” and “Using technological innovation.” The program and participation procedures are available at the link “tiif.uz” reports the publication.

The participants will get first hand information about the possibilities of economic (commercial and industrial) activities in Uzbekistan and Central Asia as a whole. It will also demonstrate the results of dynamic economic reforms undertaken by the leadership of the state.

“The new leadership of Uzbekistan is aware of the need to improve the overall climate in the country to encourage investment and consistently carries out the reform of the economic sector, stabilizing the fluctuating currency exchange by using careful policy of offering tax and financial benefits and incentives to potential foreign investors,” emphasizes electronic resource.

“Why Uzbekistan?”, asks the author. “Today, a country that has a well-developed diversified structure of industry (there are automotive, pharmaceutical, electronic, chemical, mining, textile sector), seeks to engage in the economy, private investment, encouraging foreign companies. The country can boast of good production of agricultural products, which feature excellent quality, and for these benefits the government seeks to develop modern food industry”, then he responds to your question.

“For many decades, cotton was a “monoculture”. Uzbekistan today encourages processing of raw materials in the country to export semi-finished and finished products with a high added value,” drew the attention of his readers e-portal “Assolombarda”.