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A unified payment system proposed for Central Asian suppliers of goods and services

The Minister of Investments, Industry and Trade of Uzbekistan Laziz Kudratov proposed to create a single payment system for the countries of Central Asia. This was reported by the press service of the department. On March 17, Samarkand hosted a meeting of the Council of the Framework Agreement on Trade and Investment between the governments of the United States and Central Asian countries (TIFA).

During the meeting, the minister emphasized the great opportunities for interaction between the countries of Central Asia in trade, economic, investment, transport and other areas. In addition, Laziz Kudratov put forward an initiative to unify the legislation on e-commerce of the Central Asian countries and introduce a unified system of a regional platform for suppliers of goods and services.

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