First slide Second slide Third slide Fourth slide Fifth slide Sixth slide Seventh slide Eighth slide
Home Mission Cooperation with International Organisations News and events About Uzbekistan Photo gallery

GASOLINE PRODUCTION VOLUME IN UZBEKISTAN HAS DECLINED IN 2017

2017 - Year of dialogue with people and human interests 2017 - Year of dialogue with people and human interests Presidential elections - 2016 Presidential elections - 2016 26 years of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan 26 years of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan Other news and events Other news and events Press-releases Press-releases Chairmanship of Uzbekistan in the Council of FM of the OIC Chairmanship of Uzbekistan in the Council of FM of the OIC Millenium development goals Millenium development goals Cooperation within frameworks of ILO Cooperation within frameworks of ILO International Music Festival "Sharq Taronalari" International Music Festival "Sharq Taronalari" The Strategy of Actions on Further Development The Strategy of Actions on Further Development International Uzbek Cotton Fair International Uzbek Cotton Fair Tourism Tourism International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange December 8 - Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan December 8 - Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan Digests of Press of Uzbekistan Digests of Press of Uzbekistan
show all useful links
GASOLINE PRODUCTION VOLUME IN UZBEKISTAN HAS DECLINED IN 2017

According to the report of the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Statistics, gasoline production volume in 2017 has declined by 2,5 percent compared to 2016.

1 million 106 thousand tons of gasoline has been produced in Uzbekistan in 2017. This indicator in 2016 was 1 million 134 thousand tons.

Diesel fuel production last year has decreased by 4,5%.

1 million 8 thousand tons of diesel fuel was produced in 2016. Processing plants of Uzbekistan produced about 963 thousand tons of this kind of fuel in 2017.

At the same time, production of cars has increased by 58,1%, bus production – by 16,4%, and trucks – by 7,5%.

www.uza.uz