Both sides also discussed issues of increasing export of finished textile products to the European market through certification collaborating with European scientific research institutes, according to a Uzbek news agency report.
The agreements included a $4 million investment pact, three framework agreements and six export contracts worth $2.5 million.
Uztuqimachiliksanoat Association and the Uzstandard Agency are working with the Hohenstein Institute in Germany on a project to create scientific laboratories in Uzbekistan after an agreement to that effect was signed by the two sides on May 17. (DS)
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