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Chinese products in Primorye will be replaced by Uzbek

Chinese products in Primorye will be replaced by Uzbek
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The authorities of Primorsky Krai have found new trading partners who can replace Chinese producers in the food market. The parties discussed mutual cooperation plans in Tashkent.

As the press service of the regional government reports, after establishing regular transport links, the major Uzbek holding, Uzbekozikovkatholding, may become the main partner of the region. Primorsky people examined the production facilities of the enterprise and agreed on mutual deliveries of goods.

The only problem is to establish regular transport links for direct deliveries. At the same time, the regional authorities noted that it is worth building up passenger air traffic with Uzbekistan, which will help expand cooperation in the field of tourism.

Earlier with the closure of borders with China, vegetables and fruits sharply rose in price. Food supplies later resumedHowever, the authorities seriously thought about finding other partners for the supply of vegetables, building greenhouses and vegetable stores. The first potential partner to enter the seaside food market was Uzbekistan.

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