The fur production system will start from now on, said an official with the state government.
The government is working on the first phase of the project, which involves planting a few hundred trees and using natural materials.
The state government will buy the trees from the farmers.
Once they are planted, they will be planted in the fields.
The production of fur will begin on February 1, 2020.
“We have been trying for two years to make this work, and now we can begin,” said the official.
The project has been launched after the government approved a plan to increase the amount of fur available for export.
In 2014, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) recommended that the country start importing the fur and produce it domestically.
The United Nations and World Bank also approved the plan, which has been in effect since April 2018.
The fur production and processing of fur is done using synthetic fibers.
The government is investing around $1 million per year in the project.
The process of creating a new generation of synthetic fibers, called keratin-coated nylon, is a critical component of the production process.
The fibers are produced by a special laboratory in the state capital, Pohang.
It takes around a year to produce a 100-gram bag of synthetic fiber, which will then be put on a conveyor belt and shipped out to the country.
The process takes about three days, the official said.
The plan has been approved by the Pohong Municipal Council.
The amount of the fur required is set at 4,000 kilograms.
The official said the government will import 10,000 bags per month, but the process of importing the raw material will take several more months.
The total amount of fiber required for the production of 100 kilograms is estimated at $1.5 million.
This is the first stage of the plan.
The plan has yet to be finalized, but according to the official, the government is aiming for a success rate of 70 percent.
This first stage is expected to produce around 200 kilograms of fur per month.
The first phase will be completed by the end of 2020, with a goal of producing 500 kilograms of raw material per month by June 2020.
The second phase will start in 2021.