External Debt in Kazakhstan

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Kazakhstan - External Debt

After the economy gained steam in January–September, the short-term economic indicator pointed to stable momentum in January–November. However, agricultural and construction indicators deteriorated, and the manufacturing PMI swung to contraction in November–December, logging the first fall in output in four months at the tail end of the year. In other news, after authorities removed a price ceiling, soaring fuel costs sparked mass protests in the city of Almaty and other regions in early January. The unrest culminated in the reimposition of the previous price regime and the resignation of the government, which was accepted by President Tokayev, with Deputy Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov becoming the interim leader. However, the protests subsequently intensified, with the country relying on CSTO allied troops to curb the unrest. A nationwide state of emergency is in effect until 19 January.

Kazakhstan - External Debt Data

2015   2016   2017   2018   2019  
External Debt (% of GDP)127  116  102  97.9  87.1  

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Kazakhstan External Debt Chart

Kazakhstan External Debt
Note: External debt in USD bn
Source: National Bank of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan Facts

Value Change Date
Exchange Rate382.90.32 %Jan 01
Stock Market0.10.0 %Jan 07

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