Uzbekistan's Investment and Trade Ministry, Interfax agree to make business information more accessible
MOSCOW. May 30 (Interfax) - Uzbekistan's Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade and the Interfax International Information Group have agreed to work together to make business information more accessible.
An agreement regarding this was signed during Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Uzbekistan on May 30.
"We are seeing that businesses are becoming increasingly interested in working in Uzbekistan and we rate very highly the Uzbek government's willingness to put ever more comfortable conditions for foreign investors in place. Making national business more open means that it will become even easier for foreign companies to seek potential partners in Uzbekistan and to make an objective assessment of their opportunities and prospects," said Vladimir Gerasimov, Interfax Group Executive Director.
Interfax is the biggest FSU independent information group. It has developed the well-known information and analytical systems SPARK, SCAN, EFIR, Marker, X-Compliance and ASTRA. Interfax's services help businesses to find partners and work the financial market and market for goods, manage risks, conduct external communications and market research.
Interfax is part of the D&B World Wide Network. The D&B database is the world's biggest and covers some 325 million of the world's roughly 400 million companies.