From 24 to 31 October 2016 Tashkent will host the 10th International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange. The stands of participants of the fair will present all industries, the wide range of products manufactured by domestic enterprises, as well as promising high-tech products, the release of which is scheduled for 2017. Last year more than 2 thousand domestic enterprises participated in the event. For the first 9 years of the International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange the number of participants has increased by 9 times. A briefing with the participation of the diplomatic corps accredited in our country, and representatives of international organizations took place in the capital.
Territorial and sectoral industrial fairs, which are the first stage of the 10th International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange were underway from March to June this year. Over 90 thousand people, including 375 representatives of foreign companies participated in the Territorial Fair.
The entire infrastructure of the exhibition complex Uzexpocentre comprises 4 Pavilions, 2 atriums, 2 conference rooms, 3 open exhibition halls. Given the interest in the event from small business entities, two closed exhibition constructions with the capacity of more than 2 thousand sq. meters are additionally provided. Currently, preparations for the coming Exchange are in full swing.
At that, a constant work is carried out on updating the common information base on the country’s production.
The briefing participants also told about the prospects of the production localization and measures of state support for production localization of goods and services in Uzbekistan.
Last year more than 1,200 representatives of foreign firms and companies from 55 countries of the world participated in the International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange. In its frameworks contracts for the purchase of products for industrial cooperation in the amount of more than 11 trillion soums (currency rates of CB RU from 07.10.2016, 1$= 3028.47 soums) were signed, including export contracts exceeding 8.3 billion dollars.