Tuesday, 18, May, 2021

Business

At a roundtable in Tashkent on Friday Uzeltekhsanoat association’s first deputy chairman, Mansur Khashimov offered the government’s stake in JSC FOTON for sale to Russian investors.

The Russian Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Authority, Rosselkhoznadzor will ban the import of tomato and pepper fruits from Kashkadarya province of Uzbekistan fom December 11 "in order to preserve phytosanitary well-being," the authority said in a statement.

The Uzbek authorities proposed to Russian investors to set up an immunobiological vaccines unit, including against the COVID-19 coronavirus, at a pharmaceutical cluster in Tashkent.

Uzautosanoat is in talks with the British Bentley to produce new electric cars from 2021, Tez News said. As it became known, initially it is planned to launch two models of hybrid cars for the Uzbek market, while by 2025, the models could be brought to six hybrid electric cars.

Reliefs and waivers provided for Uzbek hotels will be extended until the end of 2021. This decision was made on December 1 at the meeting between the Deputy PM/Chairman of the Tourism Development Committee Aziz Abdukhakimov with the management and members of the Association of Hoteliers of Uzbekistan, general managers and owners of the largest hotels in Tashkent held at the Hilton Hotel.

The Tashkent’s Sergeli car market is expected to be fully privatized, the State Assets Management Agency (SAMA). According to the financial statements, Iste'molda Bo'lgan Transport Vositalari Va Ehtiyot Qismlar Sergeli Bozori LLC, which controls the market, is 100% state-owned, and is profitable.

LUKOIL has resumed gas production in Uzbekistan and nearly elevated production to the design rate, the company Vice-President for finance Pavel Zhdanov said.

Turnkey project specialist Horn Glass Industries is supplying a 250 tons per day float glass plant for the Zarafshon Oyna company in Zarafshan, Uzbekistan.

Today a meeting with press was held at the Ministry for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications.

1,237 foreign-invested enterprises were registered in Uzbekistan in January-September 2020, bringing their total to 11,900, of which 11,300 are active.