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Government of Republic of Uzbekistan : South Korea to participate in cotton textile cluster project in Samarkand region

03/28/2019 | 05:26am EDT

South Korea to participate in cotton textile cluster project in Samarkand region

On March 27, the delegation of 'Uztuqimachiliksanoat' (Uzbekistan Textile Industry) Association led by the Chairman of the Association held talks with the leadership of the Korean company Sam Co.Ltd., in the Republic of Korea.

Following the negotiations, the parties signed an Agreement on creating a cotton-textile cluster in Samarkand region.

In 2019, 13 cotton clusters will be involved in Samarkand region.

It should be noted that last year cotton harvesting was established in 20 districts of the country on an area of 164 thousand hectares. To expand this system, 44 initiators with production capacity and financial capabilities were selected. This year it is planned to harvest cotton in 61 clusters, covering 51% of all cotton fields.

Source: UzA


Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan published this content on 28 March 2019 and is solely responsible for the information contained herein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 28 March 2019 10:25:08 UTC

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