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Recently, the "latest measures on further development of cotton and textile production" adopted by the government of Uzbekistan came into force. In 2020, Uzbekistan will reform 14 cotton textile clusters such as Karakalpakstan, Andijan, kashkadaria, Namangan, Surhan River and hualazimo, and increase cotton planting area of 18 cotton textile clusters in 8 states. In addition, Uzbekistani government will allocate irrigated land to all cotton producers.
Uzbekistan's president Mirziyoyev has made it clear that Uzbekistan will stop cotton exports from 2020.
These measures show the firm determination of Ukraine to transform from a traditional cotton producing country to a textile one. There are two main reasons why the government actively seeks transformation. On the one hand, it attaches great importance to the higher added value of textiles. On the other hand, it sees its huge potential in the field of textiles. Uzbekistan, as a traditional cotton growing country and known as the "platinum country" in Central Asia, is one of the major cotton producing and exporting countries in the world. The development of textile industry not only gives full play to the raw material cost advantage of self-produced cotton, but also quickly realizes the upgrading and promotion of local industry and promote the economic development of all regions through the combination of foreign advanced technology and capital.