In the “Year of active investments and social development”, foreign direct investments in Uzbekistan increased by more than 3.7 times compared to 2018.
This was announced by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev in his address to Oliy Majlis (Parliament), Kun.uz correspondent reports.
“In particular, foreign direct investment accounted for $4.2 billion in a year – an increase of $3.1 billion or 3.7 times more than in 2018,” the head of state said.
According to the President, the share of investments in GDP reached 37%.
“Our country received international credit ratings for the first time and successfully placed bonds worth $1 billion in the global financial market,” Mirziyoyev said.