Chinaz

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Chinaz

 

a city (since 1972) and the administrative center of Chinaz Raion, Tashkent Oblast, Uzbek SSR. Chinaz has a railroad station 63 km southwest of Tashkent. The city also has a cotton-ginning plant and combines for the production of building materials, structural components, and nonmetallic construction materials.

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