Kyrgyz Republic Resident Representative Site
Resident Representative Office in Kyrgyz Republic
May 22, 2013
This web page presents information about the work of the IMF in Kyrgyz Republic, including the activities of the IMF Resident Representative Office. Additional information can be found on the Kyrgyz Republic and IMF country page, including IMF reports and Executive Board documents that deal with Kyrgyz Republic.
News — Highlights
Доклад персонала для консультаций 2011 года в соответствии со статьей IV и просьбы об утверждении трехлетней договоренности в рамках Расширенного кредитного механизма; приложение; заявление персонала; информационное сообщение для общественности и пресс-релиз об обсуждении на заседании Исполнительного совета; заявление исполнительного директора от Кыргызской Республики
Исполнительный совет МВФ утверждает договоренность с Кыргызской Республикой в рамках расширенного кредитного механизма в размере 106 млн долларов США
Donors Conference Concluding Remarks Joint Economic Assessment Report for the Kyrgyz Republic Donor Conference
Kyrgyz Republic and the IMF
May 21, 2013
Countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia should build on progress made over the past two decades and carry out significant structural reforms to lay the foundation for growth, participants at a conference said.
Press Release: IMF, Swiss (SECO), EBRD, and the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic Conference Focuses on the Twenty-Year Transition of the Caucasus and Central Asia Countries and the Road Ahead
April 9, 2013
Program Note on the Kyrgyz Republic
January 16, 2013
What do Switzerland and the Kyrgyz Republic have in common? Both will get visits from teams of International Monetary Fund experts in 2013 to examine the safety and stability of their financial systems.
Regional Economic Outlook: Middle East and Central Asia
Two years after the onset of the "Arab Spring," many countries in the Middle East and North Africa continue to undergo complex political, social, and economic transitions. Economic performance across the region was mixed in 2012: although most oil-exporting countries grew at healthy rates, economic growth remained sluggish in the oil importers. In 2013, these differences are expected to narrow because of a scaling-back of hydrocarbon production among oil exporters and a mild economic recovery among oil importers. Many countries face the immediate challenge of re-establishing or maintaining macroeconomic stability amid political uncertainty and social unrest, but the region must not lose sight of the medium-term challenge of diversifying its economies, creating jobs, and generating more inclusive growth.
For the countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia region, the near-term outlook remains broadly favorable, reflecting high oil prices for the oil and gas exporters and strong non-oil commodity prices and robust remittances in the oil and gas importers. Risks to this favorable outlook could stem from still-subdued world demand, domestic political uncertainties, and geopolitical risks in the region. Policymakers, particularly in the oil-importing countries, should take advantage of the favorable outlook to re-establish fiscal policy buffers that were eroded in the aftermath of the global crisis. Across the region, countries should reinvigorate their reform efforts to address longstanding structural issues, with a view to improving governance, building an investor-friendly environment, developing a more inclusive financial system, and fostering regional trade and finance integration.