For Private Sector
December 10, 2013 - Round Table within the preparation of the “Second National MDG Report”.
Private sector is one of the core drivers of the economy and has the power to accelerate growth of employment and improvement of living standards. In fact, the Government of Uzbekistan emphasizes private sector development as a priority reform area. CER being significant player in this process has the ability to serve as a bridge between the Government and private sector and work towards achieving consensus on development perspectives.
Currently, CER is well-positioned to improve such communication, ensure that the interests and priorities of the private sector are reflected in respective policy decisions, and broaden the role of the private sector in policy formulation process.
Apart from its role as an advocate and a facilitator, CER being a credible source of independent expertise offers a wide array of services to the private sector, including sectoral studies, impact assessments, development strategies, market reviews, business-oriented publications and training programs.
CER is open for cooperation with the private sector and welcomes any suggestions on how to make this cooperation more effective and maximize mutual benefits.
CER presents new issue of Almanac of Uzbekistan 2011 – a special edition devoted to the 20th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Almanac of Uzbekistan is a unique publication which includes valuable information on the dynamics of economic reforms, results of the reforms in particular sectors of economy and regions during the 20-year period. The publication intends to enhance the awareness of the readers, particularly the government officials, representatives of private sector, scholars and students, local and international investors about key directions and achievements in the socio-economic development of Uzbekistan since it had become independent.
IndexInfo experts analyzed the development of ISO market in Uzbekistan, as well as demonstrated the key reasons for low interest and understanding of benefits from ISO certification by local companies.
Analysis of the domestic ISO market over the past 5 years demonstrates a steady increase in the number of enterprises applied ISO system. Average annual increase in the number of certified companies in 2005 and 2010 is equal to 53%, which puts Uzbekistan ahead of many developed countries. However, despite such a positive trends, the share of businesses with the certification in total number of enterprises and organizations is very low and equals to 0.16%.
The Industrial policy of the Republic of Uzbekistan: Criteria for Selecting Priority Sectors and Products
The decisive factor in the structural transformation of the economy is a build-up of capacity for the production of technologically sophisticated, high- value- added products. The results of the analysis of the target parameters of sector programs based on the “Product Space” demonstrated the high practical value of this methodology. The application of this method to develop sectoral pro-grams can be expected to help identify the promising paths of structural transformation and thereby optimize indus-trial policy to make the Uzbekistan economy more competitive.
From CER Strategy Formulation Mission report
CER could facilitate dialog between the private sector and the Government of Uzbekistan, by helping the business community to better articulate its position vis-à-vis the government, and the latter – to get a succinct first-hand assessment of the situation in the private sector.
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- Recommendations to practical implementation of development strategy for CER53 Kb
- Report of the CER's strategy formulation mission251 Kb
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