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IFC is working to significantly improve access to finance for farmers and entrepreneurs in Uzbekistan, with a registry for potential borrowers' collateral.

Contact Information

107 B Amir Temur Street
14th Floor
100084, Tashkent
Tel.: (998-71) 238-5925/28
Fax: (998-71) 238-5927

Contact Representative:
Tatyana Kraynova
TKraynova@ifc.org


Publications

  • All Publications in Europe and Central Asia

IFC in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan became a member of IFC in 1993. Since 1996, IFC invested $94 million to support 27 private sector projects in the financial, agribusiness and food sector. As of June 30 2013, IFC’s portfolio in Uzbekistan stood at $9.4 million with investments in the financial and general manufacturing sectors.

 

IFC Strategy in Uzbekistan


IFC strategy in Uzbekistan is in line with the World Bank Group Country Promotion Strategy and is mainly focused on the financial sector and agribusiness. Through a combination of investment and advisory services, IFC works to improve the business environment, promote public-private partnerships, improve tax administration, and develop credit information infrastructure.

Details of projects currently in progress can be found in IFC Disclosure and using Project Mapping. For completed projects see press releases below or visit the media center.


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