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Uzbekistan: industrial production up in January-October 2021

In January-October, the enterprises in Uzbekistan manufactured 356.1 trillion soums worth of industrial products, the republic’s State Statistics Committee reported. The volume of industrial production increased by 9.5% compared to the same period last year. The manufacturing industry accounted for 82.9% of all industrial production, mining industry and open-pit mining – 9.6%, electricity, gas, steam…


Georgia: unemployment up in Q3 2021

The unemployment rate in Georgia increased by 2.5% in the third quarter of 2021 compared to the same period of last year, amounting to 19.5%, the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat) reported. In urban areas, the unemployment rate grew by 1.9%, while in rural areas it increased by 3.5%. The economic activity rate, or…


Kyrgyzstan: electricity limits exceeded by 530 million kilowatt-hours in October 2021

In October, the electricity consumption limit was exceeded by 530 million kilowatt-hours, or by 10.4%, the National Energy Holding reported. Non-observance of the set limits can lead to “deep depletion” of the Toktogul reservoir and the introduction of restrictions on electricity consumption in the regions. To prevent this from happening, measures have been taken to…