Exports of fruits and vegetables from Uzbekistan increased by 72% in the first quarter

Published Apr 30, 2024

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In the first quarter of 2024, Uzbekistan experienced a significant increase in its vegetable and fruit exports, with a volume of 375.3 thousand tons, marking a 72.5% annual increase. These exports contributed $291.8 million to the country's total exports, a 20.7% increase from the previous year. The primary markets for these exports included Pakistan, Russia, Kazakhstan, and China, accounting for nearly one-third of Uzbekistan's total exports in the first quarter. Notably, onion and cabbage exports saw substantial increases, while grape and mung bean exports experienced declines.
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The volume of exports of Uzbek vegetables and fruits in the first quarter of 2024 amounted to 375.3 thousand tons, according to data from the Republic's Statistics Agency. Over the year, this figure increased by 72.5%. According to the agency, in monetary terms the figure amounted to $291.8 million with an annual growth of 20.7%. In the country's total exports, the share of fruits and vegetables in January-March of this year amounted to 3.4%. The main markets to which fruit and vegetable products are exported are Pakistan (26.2%), Russia (25.1%), Kazakhstan (10.5%) and China (9.2%). Read also: Export window: a new cargo terminal is being built at Tashkent airport (Uzbekistan) ...
Source: Eastfruit
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