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TASHKENT - Organisations campaigning to improve conditions in the Uzbekistan textile industry have received a welcome boost with the signing a two-year memorandum of cooperation that aims to improve working environments and prevent forced labour.

Signatories to the agreement, which will work to promote transparency and commitments to labour rights by creating a dialogue between cotton enterprises, global brands, government agencies and worker representatives, include the US-based Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), the Association of Cotton-Textile Clusters of Uzbekistan, the Solidarity Center and the Uzbekistan Ministry of Employment.

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