In Uzbekistan the issues of repatriation of investors income have been fully resolved. The state guarantees and protects the rights of foreign investors, carrying out investment activities in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The President of Uzbekistan approved the Country's Development Strategy for 2017-2021. According to the Strategy, Uzbekistan provides foreign investors with guarantees of safe business.
Uzbekistan occupies leading positions in the world in terms of gold, uranium, copper, silver, lead, zinc, tungsten, rare metals, natural gas, coal and other resources. Uzbekistan has ensured its energy security for many years to come.
In Uzbekistan there are more than 300 sunny days a year. Experts of the Asian Development Bank estimate that the total potential of solar energy in the republic exceeds 51 billion tons of oil equivalent. By 2025, a share of renewable energy sources will grow from 12.7% to 19.7%.
Uzbekistan is located almost at the heart of Eurasia and Central Asia. The total length of borders is 6221 km. It shares borders with 5 countries: Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan.
Uzbekistan has joined 27 other nations of the world supporting the World Bank Group’s Human Capital Project. The population of Uzbekistan has reached 32 million. About 60% of the population is under 35 years of age, which significantly determines high labour potential of the country.
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Uzbekistan's place in the world
It is planned to attract investments in the amount of $ 2.65 billion. for 2017-2025 for the development of 18 new projects and modernization of 14 existing plants.
~ 51 billion tons of oil equivalent
~ 360 million tons of oil equivalent for wind power
Number of economically active population - 14357,3 people (73,5 %). Unemployment rate - 5,8%
58 higher education institutes: 20 universities, 36 institutes, 2 academies, 14 branches in the regions.
Total literacy rate is 97%