Private finance is crucial if emerging economies are not to be left behind in the race to net zero, the IEA warns.
Pilot journey inches forward plans to integrate economies of Central and South Asia. Whether the Taliban will stand in the way of the cargo route is still unclear.
On May 20021, State Asset Management Agency (UzSAMA) and the World Bank arranged a high-level international forum held in Hyatt Regency Tashkent to lay out the roadmap for Uzbekistan’s privatisation of some its most valuable companies.
Kremlin takes stock of serious border clash between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and bracing of region for Taliban reaction to pullout of US troops from Afghanistan by September.
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) has rejected the findings of the IEA report released last week, instead projecting that gas will increase its share in the global energy mix to 28% from 23% today.
The EU’s journey to net zero threatens a carbon price war with its trading partners
As the only major power at the table, China sets the agenda.
World needs immediate and massive deployment of green tech to fight climate change, warns IEA in its latest report.
Kyrgyzstan is flogging its section of the would-be track, but how successfully?
bne IntelliNews has introduced a new index, the bne Car Ownership/Age index (bneCOR), that cuts through the contradictions and paints a much clearer picture of just how far the middle class has come in each country.
A middle class is emerging in New Europe but to get a handle on how far the process has gone and what the differences are between each country bne IntelliNews took a look at the icon of middle-class status: car ownership.
Now Central Asia has opened up, its major resources mean the rest of the world is paying more attention.
On April 13, 2021, President Mirziyoyev introduced a sweeping set for reforms to the capital markets that deal with a slew of lingering problems. The state is planning to use the local stock exchange to privatise many of its industrial crown jewels.
Visions of a new roaring twenties are seductive but climate change and geopolitics pose threats.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union inflation been falling and dropped to post-Soviet lows in the last two years. Now it’s back. The countries of Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus are worst affected
Akmal Djalilov, founder of Uzbekistan’s BeTrader platform, looks at a new decree allowing Uzbek companies to list abroad.
At least three dead in showdown triggered over rights to water infrastructure. Evening ceasefire agreed.
Uzbekistan has been sent the first 50,000 of half a million doses of the Sputnik V vaccine. On the same day Brazil rejected the vaccine, due to US pressure.
If Central Asian farmers don’t radically change how they use water, the region will not feed China.
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has launched a new push to develop the Uzbek capital markets with a decree that brings in sweeping reforms. The market is already growing, but there is a lot of work still to do.