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About 97.6% of Uzbekistan's foreign trade falls to Europe, Asia

6 December 2011

http://www.uzdaily.com of 12/6/2011 - Europe and Asia were the main trade partners of Uzbekistan in continental angle of view in the first nine months of 2011, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said.

The committee said that Europe and Asia accounted about 97.6% of foreign trade turnover of Uzbekistan in the reporting period.

At the same time, share of these continents in Uzbekistan's foreign trade turnover decreased by 0.1 percentage point (97.7% in January-June 2010).

The committee stated that share of Europe in foreign trade turnover of Uzbekistan decreased from 57.6% in January-September 2010 to 56.5% in the reporting period of 2011. At the same time, the share of Asia rose from 40.1% to 41.1%.

In the structure of foreign trade turnover, share of American continent rose from 1.9% in nine months of 2010 to 2.2% in the same period of 2011. Share of Africa fell from 0.3% to 0.2%, Australia and Oceania - from 0.1% to 0.

Foreign trade turnover of Uzbekistan in January-September 2011 made up US$18.874 billion (with the CIS countries - US$7.757 billion, with other countries - US$11.117 billion).

Structure of foreign trade of Uzbekistan by continent:

 

Continent

In January-March 2010 (in % to total volume)

In January-March 2011 (in % to total volume)

Europe

57.6

56.5

Asia

40.1

41.1

Africa

0.3

0.2

America

1.9

2.2

Australia and Oceania

0.1

0