A 20 company strong German delegation will arrive in Tashkent on September 18-23 to hold meetings and talks with Uzbek companies, with the visit co-organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan(CCI) and the German Economy Office for Central Asia, CCI reported.
Seeking investments from India, Uzbekistan today highlighted food processing, textiles and tourism among the sectors that can help strengthen bilateral cooperation and boost economic ties of the two countries. Uzbek Foreign Trade Minister Elyor Ganiev said that the central Asian country has taken several measures to improve business and investment climate for foreign investors, PTI News said.
17 small industrial zones (SIZ) will be set up in Tashkent province by the end of 2017, the August 10 Presidential decree says. The decision was issued in an intent to fully utilize the rich natural, economic, mineral and raw materials, scientific, technical and labor potential of the province, creating new jobs and increasing the households incomes.
JSC UzQurilishMateriallari (transl. Uz Building Materials) announced that it more than doubled the exports of building materials in the half-year to the previous year, reaching $46.9 million.
One of the free economic zones in Uzbekistan will host an Uzbek-Chinese JV for manufacturing of children's toys. The partner from China will be Shandong Sanhe Toy, the Committee for Investments said.
President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, by his July 28 decree, appointed Dilmurod Kasimov (former first deputy prosecutor of Samarkand province) as the Commissioner for the Protection of Rights and Legal Interests of Entrepreneurs (Business Ombudsman) under the President.