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20 nations partake in Turkmen cotton products fair
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Textile firms from over 20 countries participated at the recently concluded Third International Exhibition-Fair of Cotton Products, held in the capital city of Ashgabat in Turkmenistan.
 
Organized by the state concern for Turkmen cotton—Turkmenpagta, the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkmenistan, the two-day fair saw participation from 40 textiles firms representing 20 countries including Russia, the US, UK, Japan, Italy, Singapore, Switzerland, Poland, India, Bangladesh, Latvia, Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan, reports the State News Agency of Turkmenistan (TDH).
 
During the opening ceremony of the trade fair, Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said that such kind of events and international conferences play an important role in developing the agricultural sector and the cotton industry, expanding research in cotton growing and promoting cooperation with international organizations in this sector.
 
The two-day fair had agro-industrial departments of Turkmenistan showcasing multifaceted expositions in order to give the guests and participants information about the latest specimen products, advanced manufacturing technologies, technical and crop varieties, seed stock and recycled materials as well as share multifaceted experiences in the agricultural industry of the country.
 
As part of the trade fair, the international conference ‘Cotton Production in Turkmenistan and the World Market’ was held, wherein specialists of the agencies and agricultural companies, global cotton consumers, engineering enterprises, agricultural scientists and experts got together to discuss cotton industry of the country and the trends in the world market.
 
The fair was organized with the objective of providing opportunities to establish mutually beneficial contacts and strengthen long-term partnership between local cotton producers and foreign customers. The two-day fair saw participation from major agricultural departments, cotton enterprises and textile industries of Turkmenistan as well as other countries.
 

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