Share of private sector in Uzbekistan's GDP amounts to 82.5 percent
Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Feb.14 /Trend D.Azizov/
The share of private sector in Uzbekistan's GDP amounted to 82.5 percent in 2011 compared to 81.8 percent in 2010, State Statistics Committee of the Republic said on Tuesday.
Some 31.3 percent (29.9 percent in 2010) of GDP accounts for the property of the citizens, 27 percent (26.9 percent) for the property of business association,13.9 percent (14.9 percent) for joint ventures, 6.5 percent (6.8 percent) for farmers and farmer households, 3.8 percent (3.3 percent) for other non-state ownership.
The share of state sector in GDP declined to 17.5 percent from 18.2 percent a year earlier.
State Statistics Committee noted that Uzbekistan's GDP increased by 8.3 percent in 2011 compared to 2010, and amounted to 77 trillion 750.6 sum.
Inflation was 7.6 percent in 2011 compared to 7.3 percent at the end of 2010.
Industrial production increased by 6.3 percent, agricultural production by 6.6 percent in 2011. The volume of construction works increased by 8.5 percent, consumer goods production by 11 percent, paid services by 16.1 percent.
State Statistics Committee noted that services have a major share (50.5 percent) in GDP structure.
The share of goods production declined to 41.7 percent from 42.4 percent, net taxes on products and export-import transactions to 7.8 percent from 8.6 percent.
Uzbekistan planned to ensure GDP growth at 8.3 percent, compared to 2010, industrial production - by 9.3 percent, agricultural production - by 5.8 percent, retail trade - 16 , 1 per cent of investments - by 12.1 percent in exports - by 10.3 percent, services - 12.8 percent and planned to keep inflation at 7-9 percent in 2011.
The government forecasts GDP growth at 8.2 percent, industrial production - by 8.6 percent, agricultural products - by 5.8 percent in 2012. Total capital investment is planned to increase by 9.3 percent, inflation will keep within 7-9 percent.
Official exchange rate on Feb. 14 is 1820.56 sum/ $1.