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Changes in old structures?

At the end of 2016, Shavkat Mirziyoyev was elected to succeed long-time president Islam Karimov. With the change at the top, the new government began to initiate cautious reforms. The rigid exchange rate policy was eased, initial steps were taken to restructure the government and measures were taken to improve cooperation with neighbouring countries. The economic system remains largely state-controlled, although most small and medium-sized enterprises have been privatised for some time. KfW Development Bank is now focusing on helping Uzbekistan to reform its healthcare sector. The Uzbek government’s goal is to provide modern healthcare that meets international standards, which is an important prerequisite when it comes to further development for the most populous country in Central Asia. In the future, KfW will also focus on projects in the area of sustainable economic development to promote Uzbekistan’s economic development.

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Director KfW Office: Dr. Andreas Schneider
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