Indian National Small Industries Corporation wants to open business accelerator in Uzbekistan; Turkish GOSB to build industrial techno-park in Tashkent; NAPM plans to organize production of automated water treatment systems of various capacities; “Business city” project presented in Uzbek capital; JSC Uzbekneftegaz to deepen investment cooperation with leading Japanese companies;
The Scientific and Practical Center for the Implementation of Innovative Developments under the Ministry of Innovations will work on the project, which will be located in the Syrdarya region.
The project is aimed at employing young people, attracting them to entrepreneurship, developing small business and home-based work, as well as vocational guidance of students in secondary educational institutions.
If the project is successfully implemented in the Syrdarya region, this experience is planned to be extended to other regions of Uzbekistan.
National Small Industries Corporation is the government organization of India established in 1955. The company is managed by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. Through a nationwide network of offices and technical centers in the country, NSIC stimulates the growth and promotion of micro, small and medium enterprises in India.
Khokim of the capital Jakhongir Artikkhodjayev met with the leadership of the Turkish company GOSB. This was reported by the press service of the city administration.
GOSB representatives spoke about a concept of the techno-park. It is planned that the company will deal with maintenance and support of the operation of all enterprises located in the territory under its control.
Earlier it was reported that a modern industrial techno-park with an area of more than 100 hectares would be created in the Sergeli district of Tashkent.
On 8 February 2019, the National Agency for Project Management under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan (NAPM) held a meeting with representatives of the MF Stel’makh Research Institute POLYUS, a leading scientific center in the field of laser technology and having the status of technopark.
The sides signed an agreement on scientific and technical cooperation and partnership aimed at improving the effectiveness of scientific research in the field of natural and technical sciences, promoting the integration of science and industry, strengthening scientific ties.
This project concept was presented to President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev during his visit to Jizzakh region, where it is planned to organize the production of automated water treatment systems of various capacities. The total cost of the project is US$8 million. It is planned to create 150 jobs. According to the organizers, the production created in Uzbekistan will allow to avoid the import of finished plants and significantly reduce costs.
A presentation of the “Business city” projects for representatives of domestic and foreign business structures, journalists and the public was held in Tashkent. During the event, a presentation of projects in Mirzo-Ulugbek and Yunusabad districts of the capital was held.
According to the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. PP-3895 “On Measures to Create Modern Business Centers of the Business City in the Territories of the Republic”, active work is being done to improve the architectural appearance and improvement of district and city centers, increasing their attractiveness for foreign and domestic investors.
The master plans of the “Business city” centers were developed with involvement of leading domestic and foreign design organizations. Land for the construction of facilities will be provided to investors on the basis of the selection of the best investment proposals.
First Deputy Chairman of the JSC Uzbekneftegaz Ulugbek Saidov held talks with an Advisor to the Japanese Embassy in Uzbekistan Atsushi Souda.
It was noted that relations between the two countries are consistently developing in many areas, including the oil and gas sector. In particular, JSC Uzbekneftegaz established cooperation with the “Mitsui Group”, “Mitsubishi Corporation”, “Marubeni Corporation” and other leading companies of Japan. Regular visits of delegations, ongoing dialogue and exchange of views between the parties allow to identify new facets of a mutually beneficial partnership.
Atsushi Souda expressed interest in ongoing reforms in the country’s fuel and energy sector. During the dialogue, establishment of the Ministry of Energy was noted and information was provided on the planned changes in the oil and gas sector of Uzbekistan.