The attention paid to development of small business and private entrepreneurship in our country gives significant results. Particularly important in it are the inventory of vacant objects of state property and land areas, their transfer to entrepreneurs and businessmen on preferential grounds or at zero cost.
Orzu small industrial zone, formed on the massif Orzu in Namangan, is a practical expression of such attention to the development of entrepreneurship. In the industrial zone, occupying about 10 hectares, currently about 20 businessmen are engaged in creative work.
Hilol Totli Limited Liability Company is completing construction of a confectionery shop with a project cost of over 3 billion soums, where 40 new jobs will be created.
The region also pays special attention to the processing of raw cotton, the development of ready-made garments and textiles. In a small industrial zone, a number of projects are being implemented in this direction. In particular, Nurobod Sifat Textiles employs a cotton fabric workshop with a project value of 1.4 billion soums, which is being built at an accelerated pace. Here, 105 people will get a permanent job. White gold towel textile is erecting another enterprise in this direction.
The Perfect Fruits company is building a workshop for processing agricultural products, «Yuksalish ulgurji savdo export» organizes a refrigerator for storing agricultural products.
«The creation of a small industrial zone has become a good opportunity for entrepreneurs,» says the head of Perfect Fruits J. Abbosov. “At the 0.27 hectares received here, we started the construction of a workshop for the processing of fruit and vegetable products. Based on the project worth 2 billion soums, a production facility will be created to process 30 tons of products per day, employing 30 people.”
Also work is under way on projects aimed at the production of furniture, toys, accessories, napkins, lamps. Currently, the total cost of projects implemented here is more than 30 billion soums.
“The study of projects submitted by entrepreneurs continues,” says the first deputy hokim of the city of Namangan U. Kholikov. “Implementation of already approved projects will create 2500 jobs in a small industrial zone. The small industrial zones established in our country contribute to a dramatic increase in the role of private property in the economy, a reduction in state participation, a gradual increase in the share of the private sector in the gross domestic product and the development of industrial potential.”