According to data released by the National Statistics Committee, the production of leather, leather goods and footwear in the country increased by 48.8%.
Earlier this year, the Sedep Kyrgyzstan clothing factory in Tengi village in the Jalal-Abad region expanded in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) by opening a new shop. USAID provided new sewing machines and a special steam generator iron to help Sedep double production and reach new markets.
The total production of textiles, clothing, footwear and leather of Kyrgyzstan for the period January to August 2021 was 3,913.2 million som (approximately $ 46.15 million). The country’s manufacturing output for the same period was approximately 160,656.7 million som. The country’s production of textile products increased by 4.1 percent.
Uzbekistan-based Nil-Granit, which sells its products under the Samo brand, also announced plans to invest $ 2 million for the establishment of a garment factory in the Bishkek Free Economic Zone in Kyrgyzstan in March of This year.
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