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Industrial development and export promotion plicy for Uzbekistan

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Frame of Image t, Korea Eximbank Seung Ho, Former Ambassador to Geneva Project Director: Kyung-Hoon Lee, Professor, GSIS of Seoul National University Project Manager: Young Ki Lee, Professor, KDI School Authors Chapter1: Il-Dong Koh, Senior Fellow, KDI Chapter2: DoHoon Kim, Senior Fellow, KIET Chapter3: Won-Am Park, Professor, Hongik University Chapter4: Il-Ho Yoo, Professor, KDI School Chapter5: Dukgeun Ahn, Professor, Seoul National University Managed by: International Development Exchange Program(IDEP), KDI School
Members are the following:
Ji-Hong Kim, Associate Dean, Center for Knowledge Cooperation, KDI School Gil-Sang Won, Director, IDEP, KDI School Soo-Kyoung Jeong, Research Associate, KDI School Seung-Woo Jung, Research Associate, KDI School
Foreword
It is widely recognized that the development gap between the developing and developed countries may be partly attributable to the knowledge gap between the two. Acknowledging this gap, the Korean government has actively supported a number of cooperation programs on sharing Korea’s development experience with the other countries to help their economic advancement. Uzbekistan is one of the closest countries to Korea in view of geographical and economic manner. Compared to other CIS countries, Uzbekistan’s economic performance was relatively strong with a modest decline in output by transition economy standards. In the early 1990s, the decline in GDP was estimated to be only half the average of the Baltic states and former Soviet republic


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Title Industrial development and export promotion plicy for Uzbekistan
Similar Titles
Project Category Consulting Programs
Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Koh, Il-Dong; Kim, DoHoon; Park, Won-Am; Yoo, Il-Ho; Ahn, Dukgeun

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Development Institute

Date 2005
Project Consulting Programs
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Project
Pages 296
Subject Country Uzbekistan(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < General
Holding Korea Development Institute
Recipient Country Uzbekistan(Asia and Pacific)
Donor Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Supervisor Korea Development Institute
Organizer Korea Development Institute
Sponsor Ministry of Finance and Economy

Abstract

1. Brief Overview of Uzbekistan Economy
a) Transition Economy
Of the 15 Commonwealth of Independent State (CIS) countries, Uzbekistan is the third largest in terms of population at 25.2 million and the fourth largest in terms of land at 447,000 square km. Since its independence in August 1991, Uzbekistan has followed the so called “Uzbek Model” to bring about a gradual transformation to a market economy while adopting a development strategy aimed at accelerated industrialization using direct and substantial government guidance. The government has played an extensive role in the economy and has been involved in a wide range of economic activities. However, reform progress has been slow. (The rest omitted)