LATVIAN MEDIA: MORE THAN 20 THOUSAND NAMES OF PRODUCTS PRESENTED AT IIFCE IN TASHKENT
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Baltic news agency Baltic News Service (BNS) and the international magazine "Free city" published information material on the outcome of the IX International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange (IIFCE) recently held in the country.
According to BNS, the fair clearly demonstrated great potential and opportunities of the basic industries. Leading companies in the industrial complex exhibited their products divided to the manufacturing sectors. Companies of such sectors as utilities, transportation, capital construction and building industry, mechanical engineering, standardization of production, geology, chemical, electrical, petrochemical and metallurgical industries, agriculture, water management, health and social protection, information systems and telecommunications were well represented at the fair.
As the international magazine "Free City", the exhibition was attended by about 2000 Uzbek enterprises and companies of which more than 1000 - small businesses and private entrepreneurship. They have demonstrated more than 20000 product items. "Along with that, in the fair was attended by over 1300 representatives of companies from 50 countries, including Germany, Italy, India, United Kingdom, Republic of Korea, China, Russia, Turkey and others".
Separately it was noted that the International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange has been widely presented the potential of small businesses that are able to provide high production figures for the production and supply of the most popular and high-quality products.
"The results of the IX International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange indicate that the cooperative ties of Uzbek enterprises every year strengthened and enriched with new contents", the Latvian media concludes.
Jahon Information Agency, Riga