International Trade in Tajikistan

International Trade in Tajikistan

Tajikistan is one of the poorest countries among the former Soviet republics. Almost 50% of the population lives below the poverty line. This fact forces Tajikistanis to emigrate, mainly to Russia and to work there. In 2008, the financial flows of the income that expatriates sent to their... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Tajikistan

Economic Overview

Tajikistan is one of the poorest countries among the former Soviet republics. Almost 50% of the population lives below the poverty line. This fact forces Tajikistanis to emigrate, mainly to Russia and to work there. In 2008, the financial flows of the income that expatriates sent to their families represented 47% of the GDP. However, the economic crisis of 2008-2009 has forced some of them to return to their country and as a result, these inflows, which notably helped the financing of imports, have declined. 

The government of Tajikistan, along with the collaboration of the IMF, has taken several measures to obtain a stable macro-economy and reduce its public debt beneath 40% of the GDP. The State has shown a growth of 5% in 2010, mainly due to the the increase in prices of raw materials. It is estimated that the growth rate will be slightly lower in the next coming years. 

The country has little arable land. As a whole, agriculture contributes nearly to 21% of the gross domestic product. It is the driver of the growth rate in the context of the economic crisis. The country's main income comes from cotton and aluminum. Mineral resources are limited and they include

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