Following its action plan for the third quarter of the year, State Demonopolisation Committee of Uzbekistan has carried out the analysis of the market for production and sales of beer in Uzbekistan.
The government of Uzbekistan has decided to liquidate bankrupt US-Uzbek gold mining joint venture (JV) Zarafshan-Newmont, a representative of Uzbekistan’s Navoi Ore Mining and Metallurgical Plant, or NGMK, said Wednesday.
The Uzbek-Swedish Sarbast Plus joint venture will produce one million hectolitres or 200 million bottles of European-quality beer annually.
Uzbekistan produced in January-July 660,874 metric tonnes of cotton fiber, 0.7% less than in January-July 2006, the state statistics committee said Tuesday.
Toshavtobustrans (Tashkent Bus Transport) will purchase 200 more Isuzu buses produced by Samarkand automobile plant, company representative Habibulla Ismatillayev told UzA.
China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), the country’s largest oil and gas producer, said it has set up a work group for the formation of the Central Asia Gas Pipeline Co, signalling that the company has now officially launched the Sino-Turkmenistan gas cooperation project.
Metal-Tech Ltd said Wednesday that further to its announcement dated 31 July 2007 regarding Uzmetal Technologies Ltd., the Uzbek company in which it has a 50% interest, the company has received an English translation of a decision delivered by the Court in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, appointing a temporary manager for UTL and setting the date of 20 September 2007 for hearing an application to appoint a liquidator of UTL.
Central Asia is a term used to refer a vast area stretching from the Chinese border in the East to the Caspian Sea in the West, and from Russia in the North to Iran and Afghanistan in the South.
The growing demand for rolled metal in Uzbekistan poses new tasks for the metallurgists of the Uzbek Metallurgical Kombinat (UzMetKombinat). The company plans the modernization of the production for the next five years. The project cost is estimated at US$49 million.