Tajikistan is one of the typical mountainous countries with animal husbandry as its main industry and agriculture as its secondary industry. Due to the emphasis on animal husbandry formed in the former Soviet Union and the neglect of the economic development pattern of light industry, the development of light industry in Tajikistan has been behind for a long time. After the disintegration of the former Soviet Union, the textile industry in Tajikistan declined sharply, and the annual output value was very low, which could only meet 10% 15% of the domestic market demand. The foundation of the textile industry in Tajikistan is generally weak. Due to the influence of technology, equipment, raw materials and other aspects, the textile output is currently showing a downward trend. The market gap is large and the import volume has increased greatly. Imported textiles have huge potential. In recent years, as the economic situation of Tajikistan has improved greatly, the income of residents has continued to increase, and the demand for textiles in the market has become increasingly strong. A large amount of textiles are imported every year to meet domestic consumer demand. The textiles China exports to Tajikistan through the Karasu port mainly include children's clothing, men's and women's winter clothes and sweaters, and chemical fiber carpets. Tajikistan's textile market should be regarded as a key area to realize the diversification of China's textile export market, seize the business opportunities in the initial market of direct trade between China and Tajikistan, and strive to promote China's textile exports.