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Tajikistan President opens new textile plant in Kulyab
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Nov '13
courtesy: Khovar News Agency
courtesy: Khovar News Agency
As part of commissioning six new manufacturing plants in the city of Kulyab in Kulob district of Tajikistan, the President of the country Emomalii Rahmon has inaugurated a new plant for processing of cotton and manufacturing of cotton products.
 
According to a statement issued by the Government of Tajikistan, the President was on a visit to the city for the opening of six new manufacturing plants, including the texitle plant.
 
The new textile plant in Kulyab was constructed by local entrepreneur Firdavsi Mukhabbatov and has an annual capacity to process 20,000 tons of cotton. It would also produce eight different types of cotton products, and would create employment for nearly 110 people of the region.
 
 The new textile plant is equipped with the latest technology and would consume three times less power for production purposes compared to other plants in the region.
 
President Rahmon, at the opening of the manufacturing plant, said the need for a textile plant equipped with best technology and latest machineries was necessary in the region. 
 
The Tajikistani President also stressed on the importance of establishing mutual beneficial cooperation between cotton growers and cotton processing enterprises and cotton product manufacturers.
 
Tajikistan is an important cotton producing country in Central Asia. In 2012, the country produced around 500,000 tons of cotton.
 

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