Asian country will become self sufficient in sugar thanks to new plant

The first sugar mill in Uzbekistan is located in the Khorezm region and the second is being built in the industrial zone Angren in Tashkent region


In Uzbekistan, a country in Central Asia, a member of the extinct Soviet Union, a new sugar mill is being built, according to AkiPress Kyrgyzstan. The new unit, which is the second in the country, will produce a tonne of sugar per day and is expected to still operate in the third quarter of 2014. A unit will be exempt from customs duties, if any imported equipment be purchased over 3 years. The launch of this unit will significantly reduce the import of sugar and will fully supply the national demand.

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