An economic forum is being held in Tashkent with the participation of heads of departments of a number of countries, as well as large companies and investors

The forum is attended by more than three hundred high-ranking representatives of more than a hundred organizations, including international financial institutions, foreign governments, large banks and investors, consulting and audit firms.

Among them are Anna Bayerde, Vice President of the World Bank, Shiksin Chen of ADB, and Sergey Lebedev, Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee. He is also the head of the ministries and departments of the UAE, Tajikistan, Russia, Azerbaijan and Belarus.
In addition, the forum is attended by heads of local and foreign banks, large investors.

In total, more than 1,300 local and foreign economists, representatives of partner countries and international financial institutions showed interest in the forum.

The two-day International Forum began with a plenary session to discuss economic reforms with the participation of the aforementioned distinguished guests. The two-day program of the forum includes fourteen sections covering topics such as transformation of state-owned enterprises and banks, privatization, capital market development, public-private partnership projects and prospects for regional economic cooperation.

There will also be a panel discussion with the authoritative press of the Financial Times on the topic "Economic Liberalization to Increase Competitiveness", which will be broadcast live on the online platforms of the Financial Times.

A number of agreements and memorandums are expected to be signed on the second day of the forum.