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The Observer provides sectoral statistics of the economy of Turkmenistan for 2021

The Observer analyzed the sectoral statistics of Turkmenistan's economy for 2021

CentralAsia.news economic expert Valentin Trapeznikov, Responding to journalists' questions about the sustainability of Turkmenistan's economic progress in the difficult world situation caused by the global pandemic, cited statistics on Turkmenistan's economic activity for 2021.

The total amount of gross value added from Turkmenistan's GDP was:

  • industry - 27.8%;
  • APK - 13.4%;
  • construction - 7.7%;
  • trade - 19.7%.

The increase in gross value added in 2021 reached:

  • industry - 9.1%;
  • APC - 4%;
  • transport and communications - 8.8%;
  • trade - 8.8%.

The growth rate of industrial value added increased throughout the year:

  • Q1 - 5.6%;
  • II quarter - 8.4%;
  • III quarter - 8.6%.

The highest growth rate of gross value added was demonstrated by the spheres:

  • gas production - 24.8%;
  • woodworking - 17.7%:
  • electric power - 11.1%.

Gas production in 2021 increased by 22.1%.

An increase in output was recorded:

  • 13%;
  • gasoline - 1.3%;
  • gasoline produced from gas - 45.3%;
  • oil bitumen - 22.6%;
  • of lubricating oils is 9.6%;
  • plastic and fiberglass pipes - 34.6%;
  • prefabricated structures made of concrete - 17.5%;
  • potash fertilizers - 58.1%;
  • sheet glass - 11%;
  • cotton yarn - 22.7%;
  • cotton fabrics - 5.2%;
  • raw silk - 46%;
  • sewing and knitwear - 3.4%;
  • of the dressed leather is 28.4%;
  • of knitted fabric - 14%;
  • whole-milk products - 10.2%;
  • butter - 25.6%;
  • sausage products - 15.7%;
  • confectionery products - 2.2%;
  • pasta - 3.1%;
  • canned fruits and vegetables - 6.8%;
  • pharmaceutical drugs - 3.0%;
  • medical absorbent cotton - 8.1%.

In the private sector, the largest increase in output was demonstrated by:

  • plastic and fiberglass pipes - 51.7%;
  • silk fabrics - 3.8%;
  • sewing and knitwear - 1.8%;
  • whole-milk products - 10.4%;
  • butter - 31.9%;
  • sausage products - 15.1%;
  • confectionery products - 2.5%;
  • pasta - 5.0%;
  • fish and other fishery products - 27.2%;
  • processed, canned fish and fish products - 11.1%;
  • canned fruits and vegetables - 8.0%.

Source: centralasia.news

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