(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 2. Uzbekistan plans to
organize copper industry cluster based on the creation of a
multi-level value chain from raw materials to finished products,
Trend reports via
Uzbek media outlets.
For this purpose, a land plot of 160 hectares has been allocated
in the Akhangaran district of the country's Tashkent region.
Currently, 12 projects worth $168 million have been put
together, which will create more than 4,500 new jobs.
Additional copper products worth $250 million will be sent for
export. With the launch of projects, there will be capacities for
processing more than 80,000 tons of copper.
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