According to data releases by the National Statistical Commission, national leather, leather goods and footwear production has skyrocketed by 48.8 percent.
Earlier this year, Kyrgyzstan’s Sedep Apparel Factory in the village of Tengi in the Jalalabad region expanded by opening a new shop in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). USAID has provided new sewing machines and special steam generator irons to double the production of Sedep and enter new markets.
From January to August 2021, total production of textiles, clothing, footwear and leather in Kyrgystan was 3,913,200,000 som (about $ 46.15 million). During the same period, the country’s manufacturing output was about 160,656.7 million som. Country production of textile products increased by 4.1 percent.
Uzbekistan-based Nir Granite, which sells products under the Samo brand, also announced plans to invest $ 2 million in March this year to set up a garment factory in the Bishkek Free Economic Zone in Kyrgyzstan.
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Kyrgyzstan produced $ 46 million worth of textile and shoe products in 2021
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