A thermal power plant with a capacity of 1500 MW is being built in the Sirdaryа region of Uzbekistan
On the basis of the Presidential Resolution No.4799 “On measures to organize the construction of a new thermal power plant with a capacity of 1500 MW in the Sirdarya region” dated August 10, 2020, it was envisaged to build a thermal power plant on a turnkey basis in the Boevut district and in the city of Shirin of the Sirdarya region.
A new small industrial zone has been created in the Tashkent region
The Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers No.ПКМ-657 “On measures to create a small industrial zone in the Yangiyul district of the Tashkent region” (the “Resolution No.ПКМ-657”) provides for the opening of a small industrial zone with an area of 36 hectares.
New responsible person for RES of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan has been appointed
Abdullajon Otaboev has been appointed Head of the Department for Development of Generation Based on Renewable Energy Sources of the Ministry of Energy.
Financial support to exporters has been expanded in Uzbekistan
The President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on October 21 signed a new Decree “On further expansion of financial support for export activities” No.УП-6091 (the “Decree No.УП-6091”).
According to the Presidential Decree No.UP-6042 “On additional measures of further development of the export and investment potential of the Republic” dated August 18, 2020 (the “Decree No.UP-6042”), the appointment of the Deputy Prime Minister for Investments and Foreign Economic Relations as the Chairman of the Governmental Commission was envisaged.
In accordance with the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On additional measures for support of domestic manufacturers” dated 21 August 2020, a mechanism of temporary bans and restrictions on goods, products, works and services provided by foreign persons is going to be introduced from 1 November 2020.
Once again, we reaffirm that GRATA International is fully committed to operate in Ukraine for a long time. For our international clients and for us this is a strategic market with huge economic potential. Despite the current global crisis caused by the pandemic, this country continues its sustainable course towards positive political and economic reforms.
The decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan № 303 dated 21 August 2020 on amendments to the “Preferential and simplified Rules for the movement of goods across the customs border by individuals not intended for production or commercial purposes" approved by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan № 305 dated 14 October 2013.
This agreement opens up opportunities for duty-free trade between the Republic of Serbia and the EEU member countries, namely Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus and Armenia.
In accordance with this act, the BelCCI is granted the right to register, change data, and revoke registration in the REX system. As a result of its implementation, the exporter will receive a unique registration number by which it will be possible to check the validity of the registration, the date of its receipt and other information subject to the exporter's permission.
On 20 June 2020, there was adopted a Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On measures for reducing the share of the" shadow economy "in the Republic of Uzbekistan" No.394, according to which the "Road map" was approved.
The Cabinet of Ministers adopted the Resolution “On additional measures to improve the privatization processes” No.381 dated 15 June 2020 (the “Resolution No.381”) to implement investment projects using advanced foreign experience. Within this framework, the Decree No.381 established an investment company JSC "UzAssets”, the founder of which is the State Assets Management Agency.