Tajikistan is a rugged country with abundant valleys to the north and south. Mountains belonging to the highest ranges of Central Asia make up 93% of the total area of the country.

- Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Economic Outlook

Highlights from the Asian Development Outlook 2014:
Growth remained robust at 7.4% in 2013, supported mainly by remittances. It is expected to slow to 6% in 2014 and 5.8% in 2015 because of anticipated declines in the production of aluminum and cotton, Tajikistan's primary exports. The main policy challenge is to boost private investment by improving governance and the investment climate. Read more.


More economic and social indicators for Tajikistan from the World Bank's World Development Indicators online.

Human Development

The United Nations Development Programme's Human Development Report program has prepared a series of reports on Tajikistan.

Partner Institutions and Tajikistan