Akhangaran

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Akhangaran

 

a city in Tashkent Oblast, Uzbek SSR, located in the foothills of the Kuraminskii Range, on the Angren River. Railroad station on the Tashkent-Angren branch line. Population, 23,900 (1968). The settlement of Akhangaran arose in 1960 at the time of construction of a cement factory; it was reorganized into a city in 1966. Akhangaran also has a combine producing asbestos-cement and heat-insulating products, the Santekhlit Sanitary Engineering Plant, a combine for plastic building materials, and a reinforced-concrete products factory.

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The first will appear on the basis of the Xin Lei enterprise in the Akhangaran region and will have an annual capacity of 1 million tons and cost $108 million, the other one will be established on the basis of Akhangaranshifer plant with a capacity of 1 million tons and a cost of $100 million.
A free visa crossing through the Oybek checkpoint is applied to residents of Angren and Bekabad cities, as well as Bekabad, Psken, Akhangaran and Bukin districts of Tashkent region, residents of Babajan Gafur, Matchinsky and Asht district of Sughd region of Tajikistan, Gazeta.uz reports.
The first will appear on the basis of the Xin Lei enterprise in the Akhangaran region and will have an annual capacity of 1 million tons and cost $ 108 million the other - on the basis of Akhangaranshifer with a capacity of 1 million tons and a cost of $ 100 million.