BMB Trade Group eyes to provide services to Uzbekistan’s neighboring countries
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 17
By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:
The Uzbek BMB Trade Group investment and consulting company considers assisting in establishing trade and economic ties, concluding export-import transactions with neighboring fraternal states, Baxodir Kamilov, Advisor to the General Director for Public Relations and Communications of BMB Trade Group LLC told Trend.
BMB Trade Group is one of the companies that in a short time managed to establish the following areas of activity: growing and processing agricultural products, implementing large investment and export projects, providing consulting services to foreign business partners by supporting and promoting business projects in Uzbekistan.
The company is fully aware of the importance of a consolidated approach of subjects of the state, commercial and public structures in promoting the economic interests of the state, further developing and strengthening trade and economic ties with foreign business circles, which is the core task of economic diplomacy of the Renewed Uzbekistan.
BMB Trade Group maintains a traditionally constructive dialogue with representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade, and the Ministry of Agriculture.
The company also maintains a dialogue with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan, a leading NGO (non-governmental non-profit organizations), which are organizers and moderators of all significant international economic events.
“Representing the country's business circles at important interstate and international events, BMB Trade Group seeks to establish cooperation with partners with a high reputation, as well as to focus on developing the most promising business projects,” Kamilov said.
The joint efforts undertaken today by business circles of fraternal states and strategic partners in Central Asia, which are linked by a centuries-old history of friendship and good neighborliness, open up new opportunities for jointly overcoming a certain decline in the development of trade and economic ties since the coronavirus pandemic,” the advisor said.
“Furthermore, BMB Trade Group sees great potential, given the advantageous location of Uzbekistan, which has common borders with all neighboring countries.
“There is an opportunity to provide trade and intermediary services to representatives of business circles of the countries of the region that do not have common borders: between Kazakhstan and Afghanistan, between Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan,” Kamilov added.
“The development of partnerships between the company and the business circles of neighboring countries to work out the conditions for promoting trade in the demanded product line through their territory to third countries is also a priority. For example, the development of logistics routes for exporting products through Kyrgyzstan to China and other markets of Southeast Asia, as well as through Turkmenistan and further in the direction of the Persian Gulf countries,” the advisor stressed.
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