The main objective of this conference was a discussion of global experience in arbitration, the means through which most commercial disputes are resolved around the globe, and to identify how arbitration could be further developed within Uzbekistan’s national context. This discussion focused on the development of both the legislative foundations and practical requirements needed for arbitration.
“The health of every single family in our community is extremely important to me. I have always been paying close attention to the neighbors surrounding me, I do care about every single one of them and that is actually an integral part of my mission.”
UNDP jointly with the Center for Promotion of Imports to EU from Developing Countries of Netherlands (CBI) and the Ministry for Investments and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan conducted the 3-day training for more than 50 representatives of public and private sector of Fergana Valley to improve their knowledge and skills on utilizing advanced export marketing tools and promotion of exports to EU markets.
Proposals to improve the regulatory framework in order to stimulate the implementation of adaptation measures to climate change were made public for wide discussion on August 22, 2019 at the Nukus branch of Tashkent Agrarian University during a training seminar on “Expertise and assistance in the development / improvement of the regulatory framework for stimulating the widespread use of well-tested agricultural climate change adaptation measures” organized with the support of UNDP.
From August 19 to 23, a summer school focused on mediation law was held for 40 select students and 6 trainers of free legal clinics at the Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL) and the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED).
Mr. Rosenblum’s visit to the Jizzakh inter-district court featured an overview of information publications created to date by the ‘Rule of Partnership in Uzbekistan’ project, and a briefing on the E-SUD system’s functions and features including its automated case distribution, online fees calculator, the electronic issuance of court decisions, the E-SUD dashboard module, and the E-SUD module for registering civil cases.
Within the UNDP/GEF and Ministry of Construction joint project "Market Transformation for Sustainable Rural Housing in Uzbekistan" business training on Marketing was organized in Ferghana region (7 July), Samarkand region (12 July), Bukhara region (18 July), Surkhandarya region (22 July), Khorezm region (29 July) and in the Republic of Karakalpakstan (31 July) for representatives of domestic manufacturers/suppliers of energy efficient (EE) and low carbon (LC) technologies, materials and companies engaged in constructing EE/LC houses in rural areas.

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32.6 million

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14.1%

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$3.287

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