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Uzbek flag Consulate-General of Uzbekistan in Bangkok

Address32, Moo 5, Sukhumvit 62 Soi 1
Bangjak, Phrakanong
Bangkok 10260
Thailand
Phonelocal: (02) 311.1496
international: +66.2.311.1496
Faxlocal: (02) 311.1749
international: +66.2.311.1749
Emailankhor@uzbinbkk.com
Web sitehttp://www.uzbinbkk.com/

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Farhodjon Muzaffarovich
Mon, 20 Jun 2016 16:59 EDT
Central Asian Trade Company
Are you interested in business with Uzbekistan, but You don't have a clue? Afraid to take risks? You don't have time to analyze the market and find the right manufacturer? Or don't know where to start? We will tell you how you can earn in the field of business with Central Asia. It is not so difficult as it seems.
Central Asia has a lot to offer in the world market including textile products, agricultural products, building materials, sports products, furniture products, copper products, household chemicals, medical products, leather and leather products, chinaware and glassware and much more.

Best Regars,
Farhodjon Muzaffarovich
President and CEO
Central Asian Trade Company
Republic of Uzbekistan.



thomas james lavelle (todd tongdee)
Thu, 8 Aug 2013 20:46 EDT
invitation to Uzbekistan for IX Music Festival
I have been invited to the IX Melodies of the Orient Music Festival in Samarkand (Sharq Taronolari), people call me Todd Tongdee (our website is toddeastwest.com), my USA Passport Number is 097137011
my local phone number is 081 616 8202 please call me to tell me what to do next, thank you

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