TASHKENT -- A South Korean company has broken ground on a new administrative and residential complex in Tashkent dubbed the "High-Tech City" project, AKIPress.org reported Monday (February 5).
The complex, which is being developed by Daewoo, includes 50 hectares of residential buildings; research and business centres; and education, commercial and industrial enterprises, among other facilities.
The $1.4 billion (11 trillion UZS) project is expected to have "smart" technologies and energy-saving and building automation systems.
The project's goal is to provide surplus hydro-electric power from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to Afghanistan and Pakistan during the summer months.
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