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Abu Rayhan Muhammad ibn Ahmad Beruni

(973-1048, Kyat. Gazna)

Encyclopaedist, astronomer, mathematician, geographer, physicist, geologist, Pharmacologist, historian, linguist Founder of geodesy

Biography

Abu Rayhan Beruni was born on September 4, 973 in the suburbs of the town of Kyat, the ancient capital of Khorezm. He was brought up in the family of a famous scholar, prominent mathematician and astronomer Abu Nasr ibn Irak, which belonged to the dynasty of Khorezm-shah – Afrigides. Living at court Beruni could get good education which enabled him to start making research.

Settlement on the Bank of the River Sayhun (Syr Darya)

90 km. off Tashkent there are ruins of an ancient fortress on the right bank of Sir Darya. Premises made of square baked brick and adobe brick are seen on the cliff; arch of the water main, and numerous Barbados (dirt pits) drop Sir Darya. Shakhrukhiya, the land of tribes of different periods, is the town of Tamerlane’s fourth son.

Maximum Effect

Singapore, a city-state, has for many years amazed experts, financial analysts and economists for not only its exceptional ability to adapt to any conditions, but also its willingness to make the most of even the smallest of these opportunities. A state whose territory makes up as few as 715 sq. km, is today one of leading nations in Asiaas much as the world in terms of competitiveness and economic efficiency. These achievements have been possible due to the hard work, since as recently as half a century ago the country had just made it on the rails of an industrial progress.

Abu Ali ibn Sina

(980. village Afshana-1037, Hamadan) 

In Uzbekistan, 533.8 thousand first graders learn foreign languages

Tashkent hosted a press conference dedicated to the work implemented in the educational system on the basis of the Presidential Resolution "On measures to further improve learning of foreign languages”.

Note that this Resolution, dated December 10, 2012, was the beginning of large-scale reforms, radically changing the system of teaching of foreign languages ​​in Uzbek secondary schools.

In January-March, Uzbek motor-vehicle industry enterprises output reached 2.9 trillion soums

In January-March 2014, the Uzbek motor-vehicle industry enterprises output was 2933.7 billion soums , which is at 126% of the corresponding period of the previous year, according to the information service of the State Committee on Statistics of Uzbekistan.

(Currency rates of CB from 23.04.2014   1$=2276.19soums)  

During the reporting period, the industry’s share in total industrial output made up 18%, which is 2.7 percentage points higher than the corresponding period of the previous year (15.3%).

Moody’s: Uzbekistan’s Banking System Remains Stable

Moody’s international rating agency published 15 April 2014 a report with forecasts on the development of the Uzbek banking system whereby the agency has confirmed the system’s progress as “stable” for the fifth year in a row.

According to Moody’s, the stable forecast is provided by the high rates of economic growth in Uzbekistan accompanied by considerable volumes of investments. The factors cited as positively influencing the forecast include the steadfast incomes of Uzbek banks that ensure the capital for funding the growth in loans.

A Strategy of Development of the economy of Uzbekistan

The vector of investment flows in the global marketplace has been rapidly changing its landmarks. A couple of years ago, emerging markets used to be in priority. Today, the funds are forwarded to the world’s advanced economies. As a result, the competition for investment has heated up; the economies seek new ways to attract foreign companies – through benefits and preferences. Uzbekistan ranks among leaders: this year the country is planning to draw more than $3.9 billion in foreign investment and loans with 29% growth YOY.

Uzbekistan’s GDP makes up 25.764 trln. soums in 1Q

The volume of gross domestic product (GDP) of Uzbekistan made up about 25.764 trillion soums in the first quarter of 2014, or grew by 7.5% year-on-year, according to preliminary data.

According to the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan, the industrial production rose by 9.9% in the reporting period and reached 16.288 trillion soums.

In the first quarter of 2013, the volume of production of agriculture goods rose by 6.2% year-on-year and reached 2.669 trillion soums. The investments into fixed capital reached 5.616 trillion soums or grew by 10.1% year-on-year.

President Karimov Discusses Bilateral Cooperation with Spain’s Foreign Minister

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov at the Oqsaroy on April 21 met with Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Kingdom of Spain, who is in our country with an official visit.

Greeting the guest, the head of our state expressed satisfaction with the established level of multifaceted Uzbek-Spanish dialogue and gave a high appraisal to Spain’s role and place in tackling the pressing international and regional issues.