The main components of the Republic of Uzbekistan industry are divided into:
The energy sector (oil, gas, electricity)
Since independence Uzbekistan had initially set a goal of energy self-sufficiency and enhancement of its natural resources. The geographical situation doubly landlocked country had certainly prompted the authorities to opt for this policy. The government had supported the development of the industrial body in the energy sector, especially in the fuel sector.
January 1, 2012, there were 240 hydrocarbon deposits. 110 of them are open during the past 20 years, 15 – the forces of foreign investors.
The oil and gas sector remains for now under state control through the state holding company “Uzbekneftegaz”, founded in 1998 and brings together six shareholder companies.
Regarding the pipeline network, around 13,000 km of pipes that run through the territory of Uzbekistan. Several international cooperation projects are currently under study to modernize and extend the network in order to increase the discharge capacity.
The main consumers of Uzbek gas countries are Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
To date, the Uzbek national company Uzbekenergo (energy sector) includes 97.5% of all Uzbek electricity producers, 86% of thermal power plants and 11.5% hydro.
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Today Uzbekistan is the only Central Asian country that can claim an automotive industry also developed with a localization rate of nearly 90% and a share in the national GDP of 9.2%.
Simply export raw cotton instead of turning it on the spot with a developed industry is a miscalculation and a shortfall important economic government taken steps to attract foreign investors to develop the textile industry in Uzbekistan. Before 1991, there were in the country with 4 large textile mills. Between 1995 and 2013, nearly 100 new production in the textile sector have been operating with the participation of foreign investment from Japan, Germany, Korea, China, Turkey, Great Britain and Liechtenstein.