Tajikistan: electricity production to increase

The Tajik Government plans to increase electricity production 2.5-fold in the next 11 years. According to the country’s energy sector, until 2030, the country’s energy potential will be increased from the current 18 billion to 45 billion kWh per year. This figure will increase the export of environmentally friendly electricity to neighboring countries up to…

Tajikistan: ADB main international donor

About 82% of financing approved by international development banks in the first quarter of this year for Tajikistan falls on the Asian Development Bank (ADB). “In Tajikistan the bulk of investments are accounted for the ADB’s $90 million loan in the transport sector,” according to the international development banks’ investment review for the first quarter…

Tajikistan: cement production up in Q1 2018

Over 782,400 tons of cement were produced in Tajikistan in the first quarter of this year. The volume of cement production increased by 356,000 tons compared to January-March of the previous year, according to the profile departments of the country’s economic bloc. Taking into account the implementation of new infrastructure projects, construction of residential houses,…

Tajikistan: flour imports down in Q1 2018

Tajikistan is gradually reducing the import of flour, and increasing the import of wheat, which is subsequently processed by the republic itself, according to the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade. In the first quarter of this year flour imports decreased by 8,000 tons in comparison with the indicators of 2017, while the import of…

Tajikistan: flights of Russian airlines banned

Russia’s Ural Airlines, Utair, S7 Airlines and Nordwind Airlines will not be able to operate flights to Tajikistan’s Dushanbe and Khujand starting from April 2 since the Tajik state aviation structures have recalled their flight permissions. The measure applies to 11 destinations. Flights from Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, St. Petersburg, and Samara to Dushanbe,…

Tajikistan: GDP grows in 2017

The growth of the GDP in Tajikistan in 2017 amounted to 7.1% compared to 2016, the Tajik Statistics Agency reported. Tajikistan’s GDP amounted to about 61.1 billion somoni ($6.9 billion) in 2017. Agriculture, hunting, forestry, fishing and fish farming dominate in the GDP structure, making up 21.1% of the total GDP volume. The share of…