Uzbekistan is currently our 114th largest trading partner, with a total of $540 million (two and also) merchandise trade in 2019. Exports of goods amounted to USD 506 million; Imports of goods amounted to $34 million. The U.S. trade surplus with Uzbekistan was $471 million in 2019. It describes the bilateral and multilateral trade agreements to which that country belongs, including with the United States. In the case of websites and other resources that allow U.S. companies to obtain more information on how they can use these calculations and payments for trade and economic cooperation between the commercial entities of the contracting parties, they are implemented on the basis of the relevant interbank agreements. NOTE: There is no trade data on services provided with Uzbekistan. to provide information that would open up trade, trade, industrial, commercial or professional secrecy, either commercial procedures or any other information that would be contrary to the interests of the State of the contracting party. The parties immediately inquire about changes in the national legal system that may influence the implementation of this agreement. Uzbekistan has signed trade agreements with 45 countries that offer the most treat for nations.
It has also signed bilateral investment agreements with 53 countries, five of which have not entered into force. In 2020, the country became an observer in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). Uzbekistan is not a member of the WTO, but it is working on accession. In 2004, Uzbekistan and Russia signed a strategic framework agreement including free trade and investment concessions. In November 2005, the government signed the “Treaty on Alliance Relations” with Russia with provisions on economic cooperation. The 2004 agreement between Uzbekistan and Ukraine removes all barriers to bilateral trade. Uzbekistan`s accession to the CIS Free Trade Area was formalized in 2014. The parties, under the leadership of the principles of equality, mutual benefit and interest, will develop and develop commercial and economic relations between companies, regardless of their type of ownership, on the basis of direct economic links, in accordance with the legal instruments existing in the States of the Parties. 1. The parties offer each other a free trade system, knowing that the free movement of goods and services requires the implementation of mutually agreed measures, 2.
In accordance with item 1 of this article, the contracting party will develop and approve each year the general list of withdrawals from the free trade agreement and the methods for implementing those withdrawals. The parties will provide regular information on internal rules governing external economic relations, including trade, investment, tax, banking and insurance and other services, transport and customs issues, including customs statistics on contracting parties. From 1 January 2016, Ukraine and the European Union began the provisional implementation of a comprehensive and comprehensive free trade agreement. Eurasian Economic Union member states held consultations on 22 December 2015 to discuss the impact of the agreement on the possible duty-free transit of goods from the EU via Ukraine. States have agreed to adopt a provisional regime in 2016 imposing customs controls on goods entering the European Union from Ukraine; in the long term, a common information system for the control of all imports into the EU customs territory.  Nevertheless, in mid-December 2015, Russia signed a decree suspending its free trade agreement with Ukraine on 1 January 2016.  At the end of December, the Ukrainian government responded by adopting trade restrictions on Russia effective January 2, 2016.  Agreements between Ukraine and other EU countries under the free trade area remain in force. Promoting the development of trade and economic cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Republic