August 20
14:40 2017

Creativity, aspiration for news is a characteristic feature of Uzbeks as it is in all nations. Today, the population of the country earns millions every year, by harvesting 3-4 times per annum  on a piece of land. That is why, maybe, the seedlings brought from all over the world are blooming and producing fruits in Uzbekistan. The wise people say for a reason: even a straw that is stuck on this land produces buds thanks to its kindness.

There is no doubt in a rich and powerful country demand for environmentally-friendly and natural clothing will also increase. President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyayev, taking into account the population’s need for silk garments, their supplies and further expansion into both domestic and foreign markets, signed a resolution “On Measures to Establish Activity of the Association of Uzbekipaksanoat” on March 29 of the current year.

According to this resolution, seasonal works of silkworm breeders and cocoon workers considered as a full year experience towards their retirement period as other industries’ yearlong employees, and this change has made them happy.

By this decree, tax benefits and other privileges are granted to enterprises and organizations engaged in cocoons growing and silk producing in Uzbekistan until 2023. For instance, member organizations of the Association of “Uzbekipaksanoat” do not pay customs fees for the spare parts of cocoon spinning and silk fabrics producing machines, which are imported by silkworm eggs, cocoons production and processing companies. Mulberry tree seedlings, silkworm’s super-elite, elite and industrial eggs are exempted from customs fees; home-based workers who are engaged in the production of live cocoons are exempted from income taxes as well.

As we know, today in Uzbekistan investments are attracted into various industries. Consistent implementation of measures ensures favorable business environment. And this will make our country stronger. A range of privileges for foreign partners are widely observed in the silkworm breeding industries. Hence, visas will be issued for foreign laborer that are involved silkworm production industry, without collecting consular and other fees. Multiple-entry visas, extension of term, temporary registration at the place of residence and prolongation of term are carried out without paying the state duty.

The Association of “Uzbekipaksanoat” is currently establishing mutually beneficial cooperation with Chinese businessmen. They have been enjoying from favorable business environment created for foreign businessmen in our country.

Historically, being located on the Great Silk Road, Uzbekistan is famous for its silk fabrics – atlas, adras, beqasam, shoyi. The caravans riding through here delivered silk fabrics from Uzbek craftsmen to the far-flung regions. Thanks to the attention of the country’s leaders, this industry has been flourishing.

It should be noted that at the same time, the Association of “Uzbekipaksanot” is working on qualitative production of silkworms, increasing the volume of finished products from silk, adopting its most demanded types and designs, providing certification and standardization of the industry’s products according to international requirements, effectively organizing widespread introduction of modern quality management methods. We are ready for mutually beneficial cooperation with Indian businessmen and large companies in the silk industry.

Bakhrom Sharipov
The chairman of the Association of “Uzbekipaksanot”

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