The visit’s purpose was to familiarize with the investment potential of the country and to conduct preliminary economic and marketing research.
The two sides discussed development of a business plan for the $10-million project and information on the current state of the blended fabrics market in Uzbekistan, according to Uzbek media reports.
The Korean company also expressed interest to invest in the production of textile products in the Samarkand region.
During the visit of another South Korean delegation to Uzbekistan in November-December last year, it was decided to jointly open a textile technopark in Pskentsky district of Tashkent region. (DS)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India