International Reserves in Tajikistan
Tajikistan - International ReservesThe economy is expected to be reeling from the blow dealt by the Covid-19 pandemic, although little official data makes the downturn difficult to gauge. A statement from the Central Bank governor revealed that growth more than halved in the first half of the year, likely weighed on by plunging remittances, tumbling exports and constrained activity. Data for July revealed that exports recorded another notable contraction, although moderating from June’s result. On a brighter note, on 26 August, the Asian Development Bank announced a plan for a USD 323 million grant for Tajikistan for food security and infrastructure spending. Meanwhile, public sector employees and pensioners received a 15% pay hike in September, although the increase is not likely to have a pronounced effect on consumption given high inflation.
Tajikistan - International Reserves Data
|International Reserves (EUR)||0.4||0.6||1.1||1.1||-|
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Tajikistan International Reserves Chart
|Exchange Rate||9.69||0.06 %||Dec 31|
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