GARABOGAZ, Turkmenistan, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Turkmenistan launched a $1.5 billion nitrogen fertiliser plant on its Caspian coast on Monday, seeking to diversify exports dominated by natural gas.
The Uzbek government has stopped regulation of prices for tin bread and started selling it at market price, Sputnik Uzbekistan reported citing the country’s Ministry of Justice.
The Turkey-Kazakhstan investment forum yesterday witnessed the signing of 22 agreements worth $1.7 billion aiming to boost cooperation between the two countries ahead of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev's visit to Turkey
American company Headwall LLC intends to invest $ 1.2 billion in renewable energy in the Surkhandarya region of Uzbekistan, the press service of the regional administration office reported.
The National Bank of Kyrgyzstan has sold $19.65 million on Sept. 10, Sputnik Kyrgyzstan reported referring to the bank’s website.
The Chinese inspectors have arrived in Kazakhstan, they will visit 18 enterprises producing barley and corn, the Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Foreign Trade Chamber of Kazakhstan Nuraly Bukeikhanov said, Kazinform reported.
Turkmenistan plans to diversify its electricity supply routes and increase its export volumes.
Kazakhstan's Halyk Bank has announced the establishment of joint-stock commercial Tenge Bank in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) said in a message on Sept. 10.
A free economic zone (FEZ) “Namangan” was created in Uzbekistan, according to the decree of the Uzbek head of state.
China will connect Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan with one 450-kilometer road. A big project has been discussed for several years. According to the Kyrgyz media the developer is a Chinese company China Road. However, the financial part is still unclear. So far, China has allotted to Kyrgyzstan 30 million Chinese yuan.