50.1 trillion soums of investments in fixed assets were developed in January-March of this year, which is 26.6 percent more than in the corresponding period of 2021. Investments accounted for 30.8 percent of gross domestic product.
The main volume of investments in fixed assets (43.2%) were direct and other foreign investments and loans without government guarantees, the share of own funds of enterprises and the population accounted for 38.3 percent.
Despite a 38.4 percent reduction in government-guaranteed foreign loans, a 56.5 percent increase in foreign direct and other foreign investment and government-guaranteed loans from external resources has financed 46.2 percent of fixed investment.
A 74.9 percent reduction in investment from the Reconstruction and Development Fund contributed to a decrease in the share of domestic government resources in financing fixed investment.
Even in the context of a 3.4 percent decrease in investment at the expense of the population, an increase in financing from own funds of enterprises and loans from commercial banks contributed to the preservation of the role of domestic private resources as the largest source of financing investments in fixed assets.