Malaysian company plans to implement ICT projects in Uzbekistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 22
By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:
Malaysian Percetakan Nasional Malaysia Berhad (PNMB) technology company intends to implement projects in Uzbekistan by creating a joint venture or on the basis of public-private partnership, Trend reports citing Uzbekistan’s Foreign Ministry.
The possibilities of attracting a Malaysian company to implement projects in Uzbekistan were discussed at a meeting of Uzbekistan’s Ambassador in Malaysia Ravshan Usmanov and representatives of PNMB.
The parties discussed the implementation of such projects as: the introduction of smart PNMB software solutions for the further development of cashless payments for the provision of paid state and transport services; production of excise stamps for certain types of goods (pharmaceutical, alcohol, tobacco and others), allowing to track the place of sale of products; creation of a multidisciplinary modern publishing and printing center that meets international standards.
As a result of the negotiations, an agreement was reached to organize a visit of PNMB representatives to Uzbekistan on Nov. 15-21, 2019 to conduct negotiations with the leadership of the relevant ministries and departments of Uzbekistan, as well as representatives of the private sector in order to discuss the prospects for implementing the above projects and consider the possibility of opening a representative office in Tashkent.
PNMB was founded in 1888 and has an experience in the provision of high-quality publishing and printing services and software development for financial optimization in the banking, trading and transport sectors.
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