International Trade in Kyrgyzstan

International Trade in Kyrgyzstan

The economy of Kyrgyzstan is mainly based in its agriculture. The country produces cotton, tobacco, wool and meats. The agricultural sector employs 33.2% of the active population and generates almost 29.8% of the total GDP. In 2010, the agricultural production had a reduction of 2.6% in... Read more

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  • Shenzhen Neptune Logistics Co.,Ltd

    Shenzhen Neptune Logistics Co.,Ltd

    Rail Freight, Kyrgyzstan

    Neptune Logistics Corporation of CHINA enjoys this opportunity to introduce ourselves as a mutimodal transport expert and one of the...
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    MRP-EURASIA

    Market Research, Kyrgyzstan

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  • Senta International Trading

    Senta International Trading

    Distributors, Kyrgyzstan

    We are doing Import and export business, our markets are Egypt, Jordan, KSA, UAE and CIS countries, we are main importers for Frozen Food...
  • Kyrgyzstan Exports

    Kyrgyzstan Exports

    Export Management, Kyrgyzstan

    We want to show the real taste of natural, organic products to whole world: fruits, vegetables, nuts, honey, dried fruits, meat, water...

Overview About International Trade in Kyrgyzstan

Economic Overview

The economy of Kyrgyzstan is mainly based in its agriculture. The country produces cotton, tobacco, wool and meats. The agricultural sector employs 33.2% of the active population and generates almost 29.8% of the total GDP. In 2010, the agricultural production had a reduction of 2.6% in relation to 2009. The main industrial sectors are: electricity generation, exploitation of natural gas and the mining industry (gold, mercury and uranium) which is the country's largest income obtained from exports. Industry employs 21.4% of the workforce and contributes up to 19.7% to the GDP.  At last, the tertiary sector employs 45.4% of the workforce and accounts for half of the national wealth.

 

The IMF estimates that the GDP had a fall of -3.5% in 2010. According to the estimations of the Kyrgyz Ministry of Labor, unemployment should reach 11% in 2011. During the fall season of 2010, it was 8.4%. Despite the debt reduction program and a loan of USD 100 million from the IMF as part of the modified "Exogenous Shocks Facility" (ESF), Kyrgyzstan's debt attained USD 2.62 billion at the end of March 2010. The country will receive USD 33 million in aid from the IMF and USD 150 millio...

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