Table 25 Agencies active in funding ISI articles in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan is the 139th largest export economy in the world and the 69th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). In 2013, Kyrgyzstan exported $1.85B and imported $7.24B, result-ing in a negative trade balance of $5.4B. In 2013 the GDP of Kyrgyzstan was $7.23B and its GDP per capita was $1.26k.
The top exports of Kyrgyzstan are Gold ($749M), Refined Petroleum ($139M), Dried Legumes ($77.5M), Radioactive Chemicals ($56.1M) and Non-Knit Women's Suits ($41M), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Refined Petroleum ($1.23B), Cars ($350M), Light Mixed Woven Cotton ($302M), Pile Fabric ($224M) and Packaged Medicaments ($167M).
The top export destinations of Kyrgyzstan are Switzerland ($513M), Kazakhstan ($354M), the United Arab Emirates ($221M), Uzbekistan ($158M) and Russia ($154M). Iran is the 18th country Kyrgyzstan exports to having 0.35% of this country’s export equal to $6.44M. The top import origins are China ($2.48B), Russia ($2.01B), Kazakhstan ($643M), Turkey ($275M) and Japan ($226M). Kyrgyzstan imports 19% of its import-ed products from Iran which makes $13.7M of its whole import.
EXHIBITIONS, COMPANIES, AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTERS
Kyrgyzstan holds exhibitions during the year which are exhibitions in the fields of Construction and Interior Design, Energy and Renewable and Alternative Energy, Power and Lighting, Road Building, Special Machinery and Agriculture.
TRADE WITH ECO COUNTRIES
Kyrgyzstan exports to all ECO countries to the following values out of its total export rate; Turkey (4.70%), Azerbaijan (0.24%), Turkmenistan (0.27%), Kazakhstan (19%), Uzbekistan (8.6%), Tajikistan (2.70%), Pakistan (0.14%), Afghanistan (0.66%), Iran (0.35%). Kyrgyzstan imports from ECO countries to the following values in Million dollars: Iran ($14M), Turkey ($276M), Azerbaijan ($12M), Pakistan ($3.3M), Turkmenistan ($1.6M), Kazakhstan ($0.24M), Uzbekistan ($93M), Tajikistan ($3.4M), and Afghanistan ($1M).