Kyrgyzstan’s economic week – Nov. 13-18, 2017

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Eggs in return. At the beginning of the week, Kyrgyzstan did not allowed to import 300 thousand chicken eggs from Kazakhstan. Chairman of the State Inspectorate for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Security Kalysbek Zhumakanov said that, a truck loaded with eggs was stopped at the Ak-Tilek checkpoint, which was carrying goods from Kazakhstan without the appropriate veterinary documents.

Due to the lack of relevant documents, which allow to import goods into the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union, the cargo was returned to Kazakhstan.

"This is not the first time. There are a lot of such cases. One can said that there are such facts every day when the goods are not allowed because of the lack of relevant documents. Usually chickens, domestic animals, food, meat are detained at the border. The goods are from everywhere, and from third countries," Zhumakanov said.

More energy and fees. Over 10 months, Severelectro received 4.57 billion kWh of electricity, which is 387 million kWh more compared to the same period in 2016. For the expired period, the commodity output of "Severelectro" was 5.8 billion soms, at that 6 billion soms (102.9%) were collected from consumers.

At the end of ten months, the total electricity losses amounted to 12.42%, which is 1.1% lower compared to the level of 2016.

Over the past period, the collection of payments from the population was 106.1%, for industrial facilities - 100.6%, for budget organizations - 99.9%, for agricultural facilities - 99.1% and other consumers - 99, 8% of the invoiced amount.

Again Megacom. The process of negotiations on the sale of Alfa Telecom CJSC (Megacom) with Russian citizen Elena Nagornaya was terminated. The State Property Management Fund reported that, the negotiations were terminated "due to the fact that the parties failed to achieve mutually acceptable terms of sale." As it was explained later, the Russian woman expressed a new condition - three years of management before the final purchase transaction. The State Property Management Fund did not agree, because the law does not allow such a deal.

Nagornaya said that she was ready to buy Alfa Telecom in September 2017. Under the terms of sale of the company, the bidders must submit a price offer for the purchase of 100% of shares not lower than the amount of 13.5 billion soms. The buyer must pay 7% of the commission above the selling price.

After the failure of the negotiations with the Russian citizen, the Government of Kyrgyzstan has not yet decided whether to submit the company again for auction or not, but in any case the price specified earlier will not change.

White honey to China. Beekeepers from Kyrgyzstan will supply white honey to China. The State Agency for Promotion of Investments and Export reported that, a meeting of representatives of NGO Naryn Uyuk with International Transcontinental Corporation of Innovative Technologies was held on November 9, at which an agreement was reached to supply Kyrgyz white honey to China in the amount of 10 tons.

Budget revenues. According to preliminary data for 10 months of 2017, the total amount of state budget revenues was 117 billion 996.7 million soms. This indicator indicates that the original plan rate is exceeded by 0.7%.

According to the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic, the total revenues of the state budget in comparison with the figures for the same period of the last year increased by 14.7% or by 15 billion 153.6 million soms. Such results were achieved due to the growth of tax revenues, non-tax revenues, as well as from received official transfers.

"The volume of tax revenues for the period from January to October 2017 amounted to 82 billion 488.8 million soms or 97.6% of the plan. The sum of shortage is 1 billion 997.2 million soms. Compared with the same period last year, tax revenues increased by 6 billion 787.8 million soms or 9%," the Ministry of Finance reported.

During the reporting period, the State Tax Service collected revenues in the amount of 57 billion 638.2 million soms, which indicates the fulfillment of the target figure by 97.4%. Compared with the corresponding level of the previous year, the STS revenues increased by 7.4% or by 3 billion 970.4 million soms.

Kabar News Agency

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