UZBEKISTAN: Spentex signs deal for cotton spun yarn unit
Textile company Spentex has agreed a preliminary deal to establish a cotton spun yarn unit in Uzbekistan, the company was reported as Reuters as saying.
According to Mukund Choudhary, the company is also on line to buy a business in the country.
Spentex took over two Indian textile firms earlier this year.
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