Presently, Uzbekistan boasts one of the largest and steadily advancing economies in the Central Asian region, showcasing active growth in recent years. As of 2021, the GDP reached $397 billion, securing the 62nd position globally.
In the realm of domestic labor, the year 2023 marked a significant milestone as of April 30 when an updated labor code, emphasizing the equilibrium of interests among workers, employers, and the state, came into effect in the republic.
In early January, the President of Uzbekistan reviewed the progress made in 2023 and outlined plans for 2024 regarding the implementation of investment policies and the promotion of renewable energy sources.
In Uzbekistan, significant strides have been taken over the past five years to fortify private property rights and bolster their legal protection. The commitment to prioritizing private property is evident through the adoption of various laws, culminating in the "Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan for 2022-2026," a sequel to the Action Strategy.
In Uzbekistan, the "Year of Attention to People and Quality Education" took place in an atmosphere of positive changes, effective reforms, and new, useful, and tireless research. The main thing is that the lives of the citizens of Uzbekistan are changing, this has been noted by compatriots and representatives of the international community over the past 12 months.