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Dzhizak

 

a city, the center of Dzhizak Oblast, SSR. Dzhizak is located on the Sanzar River, on the Great Uzbek Highway. Railroad junction. Population, 26,000 (1970). Dzhizak has a cotton-ginning plant, a butter and cheese plant, a plant producing mixed feed, a building materials combine, and factories producing lime and bricks. A secondary speciab’zed polytechnic and medical and pedagogical schools are located in the city.

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Earlier it was reported that in March 2014, AMMC completed construction of a cement plant in the Jizzakh region worth $114.
Scope of work: To implement a project to expand the production capacity of a cement plant in Jizzakh region.
The second round of elections will be held in Karkalpakstan Republic, Andijan, Bukhara, Jizzakh, Navoi, Samarkand, Syrdarya, Khorezm, Kashkadarya regions and Tashkent city (one electoral district each), Namangan and Tashkent regions (two electoral districts each), Ferghana region (three electoral districts) and Surkhandarya region (five electoral districts).
In January 2004, police searched the home of a Jehovah's Witnesses member in Jizzakh and confiscated religious literature.
Mirziyoyev was head of the administration of Tashkent's Mirzo Ulugbek district, headed the administrations of Jizzakh and Samarkand provinces.
The Economy Ministry reminded the free industrial and economic zone Navoi was set up in 2009 in Uzbekistan, special industrial zones Angren and Jizzakh were established in 2012-2013.
On January 4, 2004, the home of a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses in Jizzakh was searched and religious literature was confiscated, although charges were later dropped.
The export of capers in Jizzakh region amounted to $33.
TAE[currency]KENT (CyHAN)- Several Chinese companies intend to implement six projects on creating textile producing enterprises in Uzbekistan's Jizzakh special industrial zone, a representative of the Uzbeklegprom State JSC told Trend .
The Uzbek-Chinese joint venture manufacturing sun-light collectors will open at the the free industrial zone in Jizzakh region, the state-owned concern Uzbekenergo said.
There are 58 universities in Uzbekistan, 28 in Tashkent, six in Samarkand, four in Andijan, three high universities in Bukhara, Namangan, two in Ferghana, Jizzakh, Nukus and Karshi and one in Termez, Urgench, Navoi, and Kokand.
Special small industrial zones will be created in eight regions of the country: Andijan, Bukhara, Jizzakh, Kashkadarya, Navoi, Namangan, Surkhandarya and Khorezm.