Uzbekistan Infrastructure Report Q2 2016
BMI View: Economic headwinds are taking their toll on Uzbekistan's Construction industry. However,growth will resume its moderate long-term trajectory in 2016, with a raft of major projects in a pipelinethat receives significant development bank and government investment, as well as from key trade partnerssuch as China and South Korea. Growth will average 4.5% annually over our 10 year forecast to 2025,when the industry value will reach UZS53.9bn (USD9.3bn).Latest Updates And Structural Trends
Uzbekistan announced a five-year USD55bn plan to carry out 900 projects to modernise industrialfacilities and build infrastructure, especially in the gas petrochemical sectors and construction of roadsand airports.
Uzbek President Islam Karimov signed a resolution on 317 new projects for 2016-2017 worth upwards ofUSD16.9bn.
Several major rail projects, including the USD1.9bn Pan-Algren line, will expedite trade with China andform part of the Silk Road Economic Belt China is investing heavily in.
The sector with the largest stake of our Key Projects Database is industrial construction, with USD12bnof the pipeline. The USD4.5bn Ustyurt Gas Chemical Complex and USD3.9bn Surgil Gas andPetrochemical Complex are under construction.
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