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Reception of the Director of One Belt One Road Research Institute of the Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong

13.04.2018

Reception of the Director of One Belt One Road Research Institute of the Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong

On April 13, 2018 at the Center for Economic Research Dr. Sharofiddin Nazarov, Director of CER, met with Dr. Thomas Chen Man Hung, Director of One Belt One Road Research Institute of Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong. The meeting was also attended by Turaeva Dilfuza, chief researcher of the Institute for Strategic and Interregional Studies under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

During the meeting, issues relating to economic reforms in Uzbekistan were discussed in full, the most important areas for creating conditions for ensuring comprehensive and accelerated development of the state and society were covered, and basic principles and mechanisms for implementing priority directions for the country's modernization were set out.

It was also noted that modern Uzbekistan contributes to the preservation of security and stability in the region and has the most diversified and dynamically growing national economy and plays a key role in shaping the regional transport infrastructure. In our country, special attention is paid to the further development of transport infrastructure and the increase in the volume of transit cargo transportation. The transport and transit potential of the country plays an important role in the activation of international integration processes, in particular, expansion of trade and economic cooperation in the region.

The parties touched upon the importance of attracting foreign direct investment for the economy of Uzbekistan. In addition, the issues of the development of international transportation were highlighted, the current tasks to increase the transit potential were considered, which will diversify the foreign trade routes of cargo transportation and integrate them into the international infrastructure, and create modern transport and logistics complexes in the Republic of Uzbekistan.