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Kyrgyz Ministry develops projects for textile & garments
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Feb '14
The Ministry of Energy and Industry of Kyrgyzstan has developed two medium-term programs for the development of the textile and apparel industry of the country, said Kanatbek Muratbekov Deputy Minister of Energy and Industry during the board meeting of the Ministry in Bishkek.
 
According to a statement issued by the Government of Kyrgyzstan, at the board meeting Mr. Muratbekov informed that the Ministry has developed and approved two-medium term projects for textile and garment industries, under the Development of Textile and Garment Production of the Kyrgyz Republic Program for 2013-2015.
 
At the meeting, Mr. Muratbekov also informed that the Government is currently finalizing a draft in order to ban counterfeit textiles and clothing products in the country.
 
With the aim of developing the manufacturing enterprises, the Ministry of Energy and Industry along with the plenipotentiary representatives of the Government in regions of Bishkek and Osh, would draft an action plan for reviving idle industrial enterprises, including textiles and garments, in the country, he added.
 
The Development of Textile and Garment Production of the Kyrgyz Republic Program for 2013-2015, was introduced by the Government of Kyrgyzstan in March 2013, with the aim of developing the domestic textile and garment industries.
 
The program emphasizes creating favorable conditions for development of textile and garment industries, in terms of exports, development of new markets, and training workers for the industry, with the aim of increasing the share of domestic goods in the domestic market.
 

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