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Economic Indexes of Uzbekistan for 2009-2010

GDP - $ 77.21 billion (2009)

GDP per capita - $ 2800 (2009)

GDP by sector (2009):

agriculture: 26.8%
Industry: 39.5%;
service industry: 33.7%
Labor force - $ 15.65 million (2009)

Unemployment - 1.1% (2009)

The population at risk of poverty - 33% (2004)

Budget

Earnings: $ 8,826 billion
Embezzlement: $ 9,209 billion
Inflation - 8.6% (2009)

Electricity - production: 46.33 billion kWh (2007)

Electricity - exports: 11.44 billion kWh (2007)

Electricity - imports: 11.36 billion kWh (2007)

Oil - production: 83.820 bar / day (2008)

Oil - consumption: 148.000 bar / day (2008)

Oil - exports: 6.104 bar / day (2007)

Oil - imports: 35.810 bar / day (2007)

Oil - Reserve: 594 million barrels (2009)

Natural gas - production 67.6 billion m3 (2008)

Natural gas - consumption of 52.6 billion m3 (2008)

Natural gas - exports of 15 billion m3 (2008)

Natural gas - imports 0 billion m3 (2008)

Natural gas - reserves 1,841 TRIL. m3 (2009)


Exports - $ 9.47 billion (2009)

Export partners: Ukraine 27.3%, Russia 19.6%, Turkey 7.5%, Kazakhstan 5.9%, Bangladesh 5%, China 4.3% Japan 4.1% (2008)

Imports - $ 6.51 billion (2009)

Import partners: Russia 24.7%, China 15.4%, South Korea 13.6%, Ukraine 7.2%, Germany 5.5%, Kazakhstan 4.9%, Turtsiya4.1% (2008)

People's Debt - $ 3.63 billion (2009)

Advantages: Gold. Developed market for cotton. In 2009, a record grain harvest (about 6.6 million tons). Significant untapped reserves of oil and gas. Current gas production makes a decisive contribution to the production of electricity. Experience in the production of agricultural machines, only one in Central Asia, aircraft manufacturing plant. In the town of Asaka is a large plant «GM Uzbekistan, which produces cars under the brand Daewoo and Chevrolet.

The most important agricultural products in Uzbekistan, in addition to cotton, are fruits, vegetables and grains (wheat, rice and corn).

The main energy resources of the state are natural gas (proven reserves of up to 2 trillion m ³, including large Shurtan - 0.5 trillion m ³ and Alania - 0.2 trillion m ³ deposit explored a large deposit with reserves of Urga to 1.5 trillion m ³), coal (Angren deposit with up to 1.9 billion tons of lignite) and hydropower (river Chirchik Ahangaran (Angren), Surkhandarya and many small ones).

Uzbekistan exports cotton, gold, natural gas, mineral fertilizers, metals, textiles and food processing, automobiles.



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