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In Primorye, they want to arrange the supply of vegetables from Uzbekistan

In Primorye, they want to arrange the supply of vegetables from Uzbekistan
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Entrepreneurs and authorities of the Primorsky Territory went to Tashkent to discuss prospects for cooperation, including on trade. They want to establish supplies of fruits and vegetables with Uzbekistan.

According to the press service of the regional government, negotiations will be held with the ministries of investment and foreign trade, transport, with the leadership of the holding company Uzbekozikovkatholding and private business. The parties intend to discuss the cooperation of wholesale and retail chains, the development of transport and logistics cooperation to expand trade and economic ties.

After the borders with China were closed because of the coronavirus, buyers in Primorye began to complain about inflated prices on vegetables. The region organized the supply of products from other regions, as well as from Azerbaijan and Turkey, but this did not show a price situation.

After opening checkpoints for trucks, vegetables appeared at affordable prices. However, in February, regional authorities announced that they were again observing shortage of cheap vegetablesbecause parties do not arrive due new requirements Phytosanitary Services of China. In early March, the situation managed to stabilize.

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