Chinese investors are to build a large greenhouse complex on 50 hectares in Uzbekistan

East Fruit | 12 February 2023

Chinese investors are to build a large greenhouse complex on 50 hectares in Uzbekistan

QI Hang Mubarak LLC, a company with foreign capital founded by Chinese investors, is implementing two large projects in the Mubarek district of the Kashkadarya region of Uzbekistan, EastFruit experts report.
The first of them is a large greenhouse complex of 50 ha, the total cost of which will be $11 million. According to preliminary forecasts, the complex will produce greenhouse products worth $7.5 million a year, with all products planned to be exported. The project will create about 300 permanent jobs, Khalq suzi (People’s Word) reports.
The deadline for the implementation of the first project is the end of the 3rd quarter of 2023.
The second project is the cultivation of sunflowers on a plantation of 100 ha, the total cost is estimated at 1.5 million. As a result of the project, it is planned to create 20 jobs. It will be completed by the end of 2023.
We remind you that in October 2022, EastFruit wrote about the implementation by Chinese investors of a large project in the Kuva district of the Fergana region of Uzbekistan, which includes the creation of a modern agri-logistics complex and the laying of an intensive cherry orchard.
The agri-logistic complex includes refrigerators with a total capacity of 1 500 tonnes, and a sorting and drying line for processing 5 000 tonnes of fruit per year. Finished products in the form of dried fruits and fruit chips were planned to be exported to China. As part of this project, Chinese investors planted a modern intensive cherry orchard with an area of 16.4 ha. The total cost of the project is $4.5 million.
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