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21 October, Monday

Belarus and Uzbekistan to enhance cooperation in automotive industry

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Belarus and Uzbekistan agreed to enhance cooperation on automotive industry, Belta reports.

Deputy Prime Minister, Vladimir Dvornik noted: “Cooperation in agribusiness, mechanical engineering, food industry, pharmaceutics, and light industry is a priority. We pay close attention to manufacturing cooperation, the establishment of joint ventures. We suggest implementing large-scale projects in Uzbekistan to set up enterprises to make trucks, utility vehicles, and trailers, buses powered by natural gas. MAZ is ready to take part in the establishment of such enterprises with a high degree of localization. There are also prospects for cooperation in pharmaceutics and light industry.”

The official said: “A broad range of cars is made in Uzbekistan together with General Motors. We've done some rebranding, introduced new models, and are now ready to offer a modern lineup of vehicles, which are absolutely competitive on international markets. I hope they will be in demand on the Belarusian market.”

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