UZBEKISTAN: Offers incentives to Pakistan textile mills
Uzbekistan officials have offered Pakistani textile mills a range of incentives to try to persuade them to set up plants in the country.
Subsidies such as cheap electricity rates and low priced raw cotton from Uzbekistan, as well as the option to buy some of Uzbekistan's shuttered factories, are among the enticements put forward according to a report in Asia Pulse.
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