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Kyrgyzstan's garment production volume rises
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Feb '17
Garment production volume in Kyrgyzstan increased significantly in 2016 as compared to the years 2013 and 2015. This also resulted in an increase in the orders for garments from Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation. The production in the garment enterprises are operating to their full potential, however, there seems to be a lack of skilled workers.

The Association of Light Industry Entrepreneurs, Legprom, carried out the research that says garment producers of the country lack skilled workers and sewers. The Kyrgyzstan government will work with Legprom to find a solution, according to an official statement.

The discrepancies noticed in the amounts of garment exports are due to the fact that a chunk of garments are produced by individual entrepreneurs operating with a license. The volumes of production for these enterprises have not been registered by the statistical authorities. There is also no statistical data confirming the volumes of garment products that have been supplied to the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The statement also said that the a mechanism is being developed to optimise the accounting of textile products to gauge the real state of affairs in the industry. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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