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5th Central Asian International Textile Expo coming soon
Feb '08
5th Central-Asian International "Textile Expo Uzbekistan" exhibition is scheduled to be held on 15 - 17 October 2008.

The Republic of Uzbekistan occupies vast territories in the very middle of the Central Asia, and in the "heart" of the Great Silk Road.

The population of Central Asia exceeds 57 mln, over 27 mln. of which reside in Uzbekistan, the biggest consumer market in the region. This land is considered to be one of the hearths of the most ancient civilizations.

Its history, original unique beauty and colors left their imprint on traditions and modern trends in the art of design and creation of fashionable style.

Nevertheless, local producers cannot satisfy the essential needs of the market and population, especially in the part of textile products and their components, items of fashion and design, not produced domestically.

Special demand is observed for high quality fabrics, garments and accessories, lingerie and underwear, home textiles and other textile products, not produced domestically, in terms of increasing population and its improving and diversifying preferences.

Nowadays Uzbekistan has a broad class of consumers, preferring ecologically safe, high-quality and stylish textiles products lacking in the local market, which resulted in the inflow of the production of well-known world brands into the country.

Fashion weeks has recently started to be organized in Tashkent, attracting more international fashion experts year after year.

At the same time great demand is observed for high quality leather, fur, textile haberdashery, accessories and trimmings, clothing subsidiary items: interlinings, zippers, buttons, laces, hotfix items, labels, threads and other accessories, textile chemicals and dyes, as well as trading equipment and items needed for emerging local textile and garment industry.

:: The Exhibition is Designed For
Foreign companies – producers and traders of fabrics, garments and apparel, accessories as well as raw materials and components for textile and garment manufacturing, willing to enter and strengthen their position in the market of Uzbekistan and Central Asia, to find reliable partners and customers among the specialists of the industry.

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