NEWS

Import substitution: new reality

In recent years, Turkmenistan’s private sector has significantly expanded its presence in the domestic market. Through large-scale efforts to replace imports and to create new industrial areas for Turkmen economy, the list of competitive domestically produced goods is increasing with every passing day. Turkmen entrepreneurs have made significant progress in the food industry. The products made by Turkmen manufacturers continuously replenish the list of domestic goods, contributing to import substitution and enhancing the export potential of our country. In this regard, the state policy priorities include food safety and quality, the adoption of modern automation technologies and the computerisation of the business environment. High-demand products

Entrepreneurship: In Priority Areas

In accordance with the instructions of President Serdar Berdimuhamedov, a set of strategic development areas of small and medium-sized businesses is expanding, it includes various tools to support small and medium-sized businesses. An important component in achieving the goals is the State Programme to Support Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and the Action Plan for 2018–2024. This document was adopted in accordance with the Law of Turkmenistan “On State Support for Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises”, which will ensure the successful implementation of the Socioeconomic Development Programme for 2019–2025.

An­ti­sep­tics from turk­men ma­nu­factu­rers

In mo­dern con­di­tions around the world, the is­sues of di­sin­fecti­on in pub­lic places are of par­ticular im­por­tance. In this re­gard, to­day hy­gie­ne pro­ducts are in great de­mand, which accor­ding­ly gives ri­se to supp­ly. The­re­fo­re, in recent years, the num­ber of en­terp­ri­ses specia­li­sing in the pro­ducti­on of de­ter­gents and di­sin­fectants has no­ticeab­ly increa­sed in Turk­me­nis­tan. In or­der to find out how the an­ti­bacte­rial supp­lies we use dai­ly are ma­de, cor­res­pon­dents of the NT news­pa­per went to the Täç Hil in­dividual en­terp­ri­se.

The Net­work of Hot­hou­ses Expands

The net­work of hot­hou­ses is gro­wing with new facili­ties: with the par­ticipa­tion of the he­ad of sta­te, six lar­ge comp­lexes, built by mem­bers of the Union of In­dust­ria­lists and Ent­rep­re­neurs of Turk­me­nis­tan (UIET), we­re com­mis­sio­ned in all velayats of the count­ry in 2021. Two such facili­ties we­re la­unched in the Ahal velayat, one in the Kaah­ka et­rap, with an area of eight hecta­res out of 27 lea­sed ones, the de­sign capacity of which is three thou­sand ton­nes of pro­ducts a year (Oguz­ýo­ly Private En­terp­ri­se) and anot­her in the Ak Bug­day et­rap of five hecta­res with an an­nual po­ten­tial of 500 ton­nes of harvest (Daş­de­mir Private En­terp­ri­se). In the Bal­kan velayat, at two hecta­res of a hot­hou­se, mo­dern high-tech equip­ment for plant care was put in­to ope­ra­tion by a private ent­rep­re­neur Sa­par­dur­dy Naz­liyev, who decided to grow fruit, plan­ning to yield up to 50 ton­nes of vita­min pro­ducts a year. In the Char­jev et­rap, Le­bap velayat, Al­tyn Bür­güt private en­terp­ri­se grows to­ma­toes in a hot­hou­se with an area of 8.5 hecta­res; at pre­sent, so­wing activities are car­ried out the­re for the new sea­son. One hund­red peop­le work the­re. In the Sa­karcha­ga et­rap, Ma­ry velayat, the Mäh­ri­ban Obam private

UAE – the world’s first country to transit to 4.5-days a week

«7/24.tm», № 07 (90), 14.02.2022.   The UAE is transiting a new working week, which will now be 4.5 days. The reform is expected to boost competitiveness and improve a balance between work and leisure, helping to increase leisure time and labour productivity of UAE citizens. Weekend days will change from Friday and Saturday to Saturday and Sunday.

Düwmejik – a guarantee of quality services

«7/24.tm», № 06 (89), 07.02.2022. In the epoch of might and happiness, private companies have made a great progress through their hard work and consistent efforts. Thanks to the excellent starting conditions, the importance of the information and communications sectors for the publishing industry that provides high-quality services to printing houses has grown. State-of-the-art technological machines and equipment installed at enterprises and new technical processes learned by staffs allow training specialists for the printing industry.

Growing Demand for Online Services

One of the key vectors of Turkmenistan’s development strategy is the policy of digitisation, which opens up new opportunities. At present, the Conception of the Development of Digital Economy in Turkmenistan for 2019–2025 is consistently implemented in the country. In this context, online commerce has been actively developing. Today, in all regions of the country, many supermarkets offer their customers an opportunity to buy the right goods without leaving the house. Almost all the major stores have started to sell online through pre-developed websites, where you can not only be acquainted with the product range, but also collect everything you need in a virtual cart. Orders made on internet sites are delivered directly to buyers and payments are accepted both in cash and in non-cash form.

Sweet products from altyn ýunus

Dozens of types of cookies, crackers, chocolate bars, chocolate eggs with a surprise inside and waffles with various fillings – all this is born at one of the enterprisies, a confectionery factory of the Altyn Ýunus private enterprise, located in the Ak Bugday etrap, Ahal velayat. This is where we came to learn about the production of our favourite sweets. The smell of chocolate, which came from a nearby factory, like a navigator, led to sweet things. A high level of cleanliness is maintained there. Putting on overalls, we went to the production workshop, equipped with modern and high-tech technologies, ensuring the automation of the production process. There are kneading tanks at the entrance, where the mass is kneaded at high temperatures.

Entrepreneurship: Aspects of Economic Development

Due to the progressive activities of President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, independent Turkmenistan has become one of the most steadily developing economies of the Central Asian region in modern history. Entrepreneurship development is a priority area to intensify ongoing economic reforms in Turkmenistan. An Enabling Environment

Achievements of Turkmen Entrepreneurs

A conference marking the International Day of Neutrality was held with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan. The forum brought together the heads of foreign diplomatic missions of other countries accredited to Turkmenistan, officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, domestic manufacturers and media representatives. The speeches on the fruitful activities of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs in various fields were made at the conference. The Chairman of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Dovran Hudayberdiyev welcomed the distinguished guests. He focused on the comprehensive development of entrepreneurship in the country and the growing potential of small and medium-sized businesses. The speaker emphasised the comprehensive support and unceasing concern of the leader of the nation, due to which the number of entrepreneurs was rapidly increasing.