About 1.108trln soums used to construction in Uzbekistan in 1H 2010
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
Out of the total volume of investments utilized in the non-production sphere (1.99 trillion soums) in Uzbekistan, about 1.108 trillion soums or 55.7% of their volume were used in housing construction in the first half of 2010.
In January-June 2010, about 37,600 apartments with the total space of 4.417 million square meters (+10.2% year-on-year), including 3.113 million square meters (+19.3%) in rural area, were built and put into operation, Uzbek STate Statistics Committee said.
Out of the total investments utilized in the non-production sphere 246.8 billion soums (12.4% of their total) were used in construction of education establishments, 150.5 billion soums (7.6%) – in construction of medical institutions, 168.1 billion soums (8.4%) – in communal construction.
About 149.9 billion soums of investments were used for construction and reconstruction of academic lyceums and vocational colleges, which made up 7.5% of investments in the non-production sphere and 60.7% of investments in education.
Some 37.2 billion soums of investments were used for new construction and capital reconstruction of hospitals and out-patient departments, 14.2 billion soums – for construction and capital reconstruction of other projects of health care, which made up 24.7% and 9.4% respectively of investments in public health.
About 53.9 billion soums were used for construction of water-supply networks, of which 16.3 billion soums – foreign investments and credits (30.3% of their total volume), 25.3 billion soums - budget funds (46.9%), 7.9 billion soums – means of population (14.7%); 7.3 billion soums were used for construction of gas networks, of which 7.0 billion soums were means of population (96.8%).
In January-June 2010, the construction works were fulfilled for 3.936 trillion soums, which grew by 11.5% year-on-year.
Out of the total volume of construction works, 86,6% fell to new construction, reconstruction, expansion and technical re-equipment of enterprises, 11.8% – on capital and current repair and 1.6% – on other contract works.