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Country data

Population:
5.3 million
Area:
200,000 sq km
Capital:
Bishkek
Currency:
Som

Key developments and challenges

  • The economy rebounded strongly in 2013, after a contraction in 2012. Problems at the country’s biggest mining site in early 2012 resulted in GDP contracting by 0.9 per cent that year, but mining output has since recovered, and remittance flows have supported consumption.
  • The Investment Agreement with the largest foreign investor is under review. The government and the foreign investor are discussing a new agreement underpinning the operations of Kumtor, the country’s largest mine and major source of export revenues.
  • Business environment reforms continued. Progress has been made in the areas of issuing business licences and conducting inspections of businesses.

Kyrgyz Republic in the 2013 Transition Report

Our work in the Kyrgyz Republic

In the Kyrgyz Republic we support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and key infrastructure projects.

Kyrgyz Republic

Key facts about the EBRD's work in the Kyrgyz Republic

No. of projects 112
Net EBRD investment €466 million
Gross disbursements €390 million
Portfolio in private sector 76%

 

Last updated 30 June 2014

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Development Conference

The EBRD participated in the High-Level Development Conference for the Kyrgyz Republic in Bishkek on 10-11 July 2013, where the country’s achievements for 2010-2013 since the 2010 Donor conference had been reviewed and priorities for the Government and development partners for the next four years supporting the country’s National Sustainable Development Strategy were defined and agreed. This document outlines the EBRD’s post-crisis response deliverables during 2010-2013.


Strategy for the Kyrgyz Republic

The Bank’s main priorities in the Kyrgyz Republic will be to foster the private sector, strengthen the financial sector and support critical infrastructure.

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