Review of fixed investment in the manufacturing segment. January – August 2018
For 8 months, the refining segment has already invested 745.9 billion tenge – by 41.8% more than a year earlier (and by 29.7% in comparable prices).
Immediately 44.2% of capital investments fell on the largest metropolis of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Shymkent. Recall that Shymkent acquired the status of the third city of republican significance in Kazakhstan in the summer of this year, June 19.
Also among the leaders in attracting investment in the manufacturing industry are Karaganda (9.9% of Kazakhstan) and Atyrau (7.5% from Kazakhstan) regions.
In addition to the growth in investment in the sector, the share of the processing industry in the total capital investment in the country is growing.
Thus, the weight of the manufacturing sector from the total investment portfolio in January – August of the current year was 11.7% against 11% a year earlier and only 7.5% in 2010, before actively promoting industrial-innovative development as part of state programs (SPIID / GPIID) .
The share of capital investments in the industrial sector as a whole this year reached 19.4% – as in the previous year. At the same time, before the active development of the refining segment, in 2010, the indicator was only at the level of 13.3%.
The key investment magnets of the manufacturing industry are the production of gasoline and diesel, as well as other refined petroleum products and coke (49.8% of capital investment), metallurgy (20.4%) and the food industry (11.2%).
The top three investment-attractive sectors accounted for more than 80% of the sector’s capital investments.