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- Foreign currency exchange rates fixed by National BankThe National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan fixed the foreign currency exchange rates to the tenge for September 9:
- GDP in CIS countries in I half of 2010 grew by 4.5 %GDP in the Commonwealth of Independent States has grown by 4.5 % in I half of 2010 in comparison with the similar period of 2009, the agency reports citing the CIS Interstate Statistical Committee.
- 6.4 billion KZT to be spent to provide population with potable waterAdditional 6.4 billion KZT will be spent to provide population with potable water in 2010. The Minister of Finance of Kazakhstan, Bolat Zhamishev, informed at the government session, the agency reports.
- National budget receipts to grow by more than 4 %The National budget receipts for 2010 have been defined at the level of 3517.8 billion KZT that is by 4.1 % more in comparison with the current budget. The Minister of Finance of Kazakhstan, Bolat Zhamishev, informed at the government session, presenting the bill on the amendments and additions to the Law on the National Budget for 2010 - 2012, the agency reports.
- Volume of gross agricultural production in 2010 to be lowered by 9 %Volume of gross agricultural production in 2010 will be reduced by 9 %. The Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Kazakhstan, Zhanar Aytzhanova, said at the government's session, presenting the amended forecast of the main macroeconomic indicators for 2010, the agency reports.
- World prices for oil changed differently on September 7The world prices for oil, following the results of the tenders on Tuesday, September 7, changed differently. The exchange quotations of oil have been affected by different factors: explosion at Pemex oil refinery in Mexico, strengthening of the US dollar and Tropical Storm Hermine bypassing offshore operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
- Agreement on increase of Kazakhstan oil transit through Russia to be signed until the end of 2010The agreement on increase of the Kazakhstan oil transit through the territory of Russia will be signed until the end of 2010. The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov, informed at a briefing during the Baikal Economic Forum on Tuesday, the agency reports citing an information-analytical portal Neft Rossii.