Name: Aziz Sattarov
Country: Uzbekistan
Expertise: Business Law

Telephone: +998 90315 2918
Mobile: +998 97735 6669
Fax: +998 71209 1167

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Professional Biography:

Aziz Sattarov is our exclusively recommended Business Law expert in Uzbekistan on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Aziz directly using the contact details listed above.

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ACCEPTUS LAW FIRM was founded in February 2021 by merging two old and most experienced law firms in Tashkent, such as “Reliable Lawyer” and “Strategy”, and today consists of highly qualified, competent, with many years of experience and unbending lawyers. The founders of the firm, namely its backbone are such lawyers as: Sattarov Aziz, Pashkovskiy Allan.

Doing Business in Uzbekistan:

The geographic, economic, and cultural centre of Central Asia is Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is the most populous of the five former Soviet Central Asian countries, with an estimated 33 million people.

Union. The population of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, is around 2.5 million. The cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, which are situated along the historic Silk Road that connected Europe to the Far East, have seen a resurgence in trade and business in recent years. Every year, hundreds of thousands of visitors visit the famed mosques, madrassas, and other structures built during the reign of the great Uzbek warrior Amir Temur, who is credited with extensive Asian conquests.

Uzbekistan is nevertheless greater than the combined area of the United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland, and Austria, despite not being the largest Central Asian nation in terms of size. It is the only nation that shares borders with Afghanistan and the other four Central Asian countries.

Uzbekistan’s western and central regions are exceedingly dry and desert. The Aral Sea basin, which is shared with Kazakhstan, has shrunk and lost much of its natural wealth as a result of decades of excessive irrigation and ecological mismanagement during the Soviet era. In addition to having generally temperate climates, the area around Tashkent and the Fergana Valley to the east are also fertile agricultural regions that provide fruit, vegetables, dairy products, and other foodstuffs to the rest of Central Asia and its neighbours.