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GDP Demonstrates Growth

In Tashkent, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan convened for a session to summarize the outcomes of the socio-economic development of the nation for the first half of the current year and work out additional measures to ensure the further implementation of the economic program for 2014.

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Tourism: an essential component of the national economy

At present, tourism is one of the leading sectors of the world economy, with its share of global trade in services being in excess of 30 per cent. The tourist product is leading in the world marketplace on a par with oil.

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People inhabited Uzbekistan’s territory as long ago as the Stone Age

In August 2013, the State Museum of History of Uzbekistan and the Museum of the University of Tokyo entered into an agreement on cooperation in the study of the archaeological sites of the Stone Age.

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International cooperation

His Excellency Mr. Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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"Uzbekenergo" for the first half-year produced 23 billion kWh of electricity

"Uzbekenergo" State Joint-Stock Company summarized the work for the first half of 2014. Thus, according to the company, the growth rate of production made 100.4%. Electricity supply made 23 billion kW/h or 101.2%. An export of goods and services was finished ​​by 123.3%.

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Second Confucius Institute to be opened in Uzbekistan

The second Confucius Institute will be opened in Uzbekistan. This was announced at the session of sub-committee on scientific-technical cooperation of the Uzbek-Chinese intergovernmental committee on cooperation in Tashkent.

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International cooperation

His Excellency Mr. Islam Karimov The President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan increases car production by 6.3%

Machinery enterprises of Uzbekistan produced goods for 6.916 trillion soums in the first half of 2014, which rose by 17.1% year-on-year, the press service of the State Statistics Committee said. (Currency rates of CB from 22.07.2014 1$= 2328.16 soums)

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