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  • Uzbekistan Auto Industry: Sources of Growth Outside the Sector (2013/11)

Uzbekistan Auto Industry: Sources of Growth Outside the Sector (2013/11)

Uzbekistan Auto Industry: Sources of Growth Outside the Sector (2013/11)

Publication year: 2013

Type: One-pager

Keywords: Automobile, Industry, Uzbekistan, Development

Uzbekistan is pursuing an active industrial policy designed to provide sustainable, high rates of economic growth and a shift of focus from the production of raw materials to finished products with higher added value. The industrial policy involves the selection of priority sectors whose development can generate not only a direct effect by increasing production and creating jobs but also a multiplier effect.

The latter is derived from the fact that the sector’s products are used by other sectors or that the sector increases demand for the products of other sectors. In other words, priority should be given to the sectors that are capable of creating and extending the multiplier effects to the whole economy.

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