Authenticity drives Uzbekistan hotel acquisition

A classic example of Soviet 1970’s modernist architecture Uzbekistan since leaving the former Soviet Union has made significant efforts to distance itself from past links with the communist empire. A part of Central Asia that not so very long ago few had heard of let alone visited. After leaving the Soviet Union in 1991 Uzbekistan tried hard to open its doors ...

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Uzbekistan invites bids for 100 megawatt wind farm project

TASHKENT, April 15 (Reuters) – Uzbekistan’s energy ministry on Wednesday issued a request for proposals on a 100 megawatt wind farm project that it said would be the first in the Central Asian nation. The ministry said the wind farm would be built in the steppes of Karakalpakstan autonomous republic located in the westernmost part of the former Soviet country ...

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