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Uzbekistan Towards 2030: Transition to the Resource-efficient Growth Model (2014)

Uzbekistan Towards 2030: Transition to the Resource-efficient Growth Model (2014)

Publication year: 2014

Type: Policy Brief

Keywords: Industrialization, Uzbekistan, Development, resources, biodiversity, economy, strategy, growth, efficiency

By 2030 Uzbekistan needs to join the group of upper-middle income countries, maintain annual growth rates at 8% and implement structural transformation of the economy by increasing the share of manufacturing industry from 9% to 22%, and the share of services from 45% to 55%. At the same time, the population is estimated to reach 37 million by 2030.

Faster industrialization, population and income growth will significantly increase the need of the economy for resources and at the same time will augment negative manmade impact on the landscape, generating threats for biodiversity conservation. The key challenge in implementation of the long-term strategy is linked to the resource scarcity and risks of natural resource depletion needed for current and future generations.

The views expressed in this publication are those of the working group and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the Center for Economic Research.

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© UNDP, 2014 (www.uz.undp.org)

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