Status and development prospects of the textile and knitwear market in Uzbekistan
Keywords:clothing industry, diversification, European Union, industrial clusters, international standards, logistics, modernization, neighboring, product market, raw materials, textile, transportation, Uzbektokimachilik, Uzbekyengilsanoat, working capital
In order to develop a healthy competitive environment and the introduction of market mechanisms in the organization of production of raw cotton, the Decree provides for an experiment, in which for the first time local textile enterprises will place direct orders for raw cotton from farms and other agricultural producers. It is planned to introduce the system. This article discusses the status and development prospects of the textile and knitwear market in Uzbekistan.
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