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TASHKENT – The World Bank in the first quarter of 2014 will give Uzbekistan up to UZS 351 billion (US $160m) from the World Bank for developing gardening, 12.uz reported December 18.
Both sides in January will discuss the details of the project, and the money allocation is expected in March. The money will be used for planting new fruit trees, creating fruit gardens and also creating an infrastructure for preserving fruit products.