Every high-technology company's important development step is entering the international markets. In particular, one of the promising markets for Russian companies, working in constructions, communications, and electric energy is Uzbekistan. And of course in all the listed branches, the reliable lightning protection of objects is required.
But first we will say a few words about why Uzbekistan is so interesting to business. Uzbekistan and Russia are united by long-lasting past. Since 1876 Uzbekistan territory was a part of the Russian Empire. In 1924, Uzbek SSR was formed within USSR. In 1991 Uzbekistan resigned from USSR. The same year, the end of 1991, the country entered the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) of which it is still a member.
An important peculiarity of Uzbekistan is its demography. Until 2013 the population has been quickly growing, so there is a lot of labor force in the country. The country's population counts 33.2 people. For 2019, Uzbekistan takes the second place among CIS countries in the number of population. Uzbekistan is one of most politically stable states of the Central Asia, neutrality is officially proclaimed in the country. Uzbekistan holds a Russia-friendly policy. The republic is rich in natural resources, especially in rare-earth metals.
Read more in our article "Lightning protection in Uzbekistan: regulations, local characteristic aspects, application of Russian and international standards".