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Kyrgyzstan Poll Reveals Public Opinion on Recent Elections

Geneva/Bishkek – Kyrgyzstan should take further steps to remove regulatory and procedural barriers to trade affecting the country’s businesses, according to a Survey conducted by the Ready4Trade Initiative implemented by International Trade Centre with the European Union support.

 

The Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Ready4Trade Initiative presented the findings of the Survey on the obstacles to trade in Kyrgyzstan during a round-table discussion on 28 April 2021. The survey focuses on the key regulatory obstacles in relation to the three trade flows in the country: export of beans to the European Union, export of dairy to Kazakhstan, import of fresh fruits and vegetables from Tajikistan as well as on their impact on Kyrgyzstan business environment.  

 

The Survey has been conveyed by SIAR research&consulting among more than 50 companies and businesses involved in the trade flows, service providers as well as official government agencies responsible for regulation and control of export and import operations. It identified transportation (48% respondents), finance (61 %) and customs procedures (52 % respondents) bureaucracy as the main obstacles for the three trade flows.

During a round-table discussion, the representatives of the respective state bodies validated and prioritized the survey findings as well as provide further recommendations.

Eldar Alisherov, Deputy Minister of Economy and Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic said: “The analysis covered the most priority trade flows that are exported by our country. I am confident that this analysis will enable the public authorities to focus on the most relevant trade barriers that should be removed, which in turn will have a positive impact on our export potential, and on the development of regional trade”.

Cosimo Lamberti, Project Manager at the EU Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic said:” As EU we are helping boost trade of Kyrgyzstan with her neighbour and Europe. As our own history shows trade is a powerful tool to boost the economy, improve relation amongst nation and bring peace and stability”.

Introducing the right trade-facilitation measures should have massive positive effects on the Kyrgyz economy by boosting the speed and efficiency of cross-border trade procedures while reducing costs. Ready4Trade supports policymakers in enacting measures to enhance the transparency of cross-border regulatory requirements, remove regulatory and procedural barriers to trade and simplify existing procedures for cross-border trade. The project will also strengthen the capacity of businesses to comply with trade formalities and standards and enhance women’s skills and confidence to engage in international trade.

 

Kyrgyzstan is one of the five beneficiary countries of the Ready4Trade project, funded by the EU for a total amount of 15 million euros, and implemented by ITC. More information: intracen.org/ready4trade/

 

Stay connected: #Ready4Trade #CentralAsia

 

With the project ‘Ready4Trade Central Asia’, the European Union (EU) and the International Trade Centre (ITC) are joining forces to contribute to the overall sustainable and inclusive economic development of Central Asia by boosting intra-regional and international trade in the region. Beneficiaries of the Ready4Trade Central Asia project include governments, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), in particular women-led enterprises, and Business Support Organizations (BSOs). The project operates in 5 countries: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. More information: intracen.org/Ready4Trade

 

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Kyrgyzstan


World Poll, GALLUP, since 2006- annually

Business Environment And Enterprise Performance Survey, IPSOS England/ WB/ EBRD

Broadcasting Board of Governors, GALLUP

The tourism market  of KR, USAID

Renewable energy sources, «Basic Study for JICA Biogas Project in the Renewable Energy Sector (Biogas)»

Retail Census, Coca-Cola Bishkek Bottlers

Water supply – South, EBRD

Life in Transition, IPSOS England/ EBRD/ WB

Socio-economic and political situation in Kyrgyzstan, ASIP

The study of constitutional reform in Kyrgyzstan, NDI

Research concerning a business climate and activity of the enterprises, IPSOS – England

The study of awareness on the socio – political issues, IRI, since 2005 – every year

Evaluation of the judiciary, USAID

SIAR – Omnibus, quarterly

and other social projects.

Afghanistan

Marketing research for tobacco companies.

Kazakhstan

World Poll, GALLUP, since 2006- annually

Broadcasting Board of Governors, GALLUP

Oil Company image study, GALLUP

Business Environment And Enterprise Performance Survey, IPSOS England/WB/EBRD

Customs  satisfaction,  IPSOS Turkey / Coca-Cola Bishkek Bottlers

Reputation of the company, PMR Ltd.Sp.z.o.o.

Rate of media, IFAK Institut GmbH & Co

Developing of  marketing plans for the food processing enterprises, TACIS

Tajikistan

World Poll, GALLUP, since 2006- annually

Broadcasting Board of Governors, GALLUP

Poll of the telecommunication companies, GfK – Kazakhstan

Research of the market of telecommunications, GfK – Kazakhstan

Reputation of the company, PMR Ltd.Sp.z.o.o.

Revealing of potential clients and their requirements in business services, NABWT (National Association of Business Women of Tajikistan)

Studying of small and average business, International Financial Corporation

Life in Transition, Synovate/ EBRD

The social status of workers from Tajikistan in industrial branch of Russia, The International Confederation of Free Trade unions of Russia

Turkmenistan

World Poll, GALLUP, since 2009 – annually

Research concerning ecology and public health services, Georgian Opinion Research Business International (GORBI)

Research concerning a business climate and activity of the enterprises, EBRD/WB

The analysis of sector of mechanical engineering,  JETRO, Japan

Research of mass media, P&G – Turkey

Studying of the market of lamps, Phillips -Turkey

Estimation of agricultural machinery of manufacturers of mark John Dir and Kase, CESSI

Uzbekistan

World Poll, GALLUP, since 2006 – annually

Broadcasting Board of Governors, GALLUP

Research of the market of telecommunications, GfK – Казахстан

Poll of the telecommunication companies, GfK – Казахстан

Reputation of the company, PMR Ltd.Sp.z.o.o.

Mongolia

Business Environment And Enterprise Performance Survey, IPSOS England/ WB/ EBRD

World Poll, GALLUP, 2007

Population interrogation on political and social questions, Synovate-Moscow

Life in transition, IPSOS MORI, England

Life in transition, Synovate/EBRD

China

Socio-political themes of “Let’s talk it over”, GBRGroup Georgia /  FOM.

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  • Kyrgyzstan
    Area:
    198,500 sq km
    Population:
    5.4 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 4.6 billion

    Projects

  • Kazakhstan
    Area:
    2,717,300 sq km
    Population:
    16,0 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 115.3 billion

    Projects

  • Mongolia
    Area:
    1,564,116 sq km
    Population:
    2.7 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 5.7 billion

    Projects

  • Uzbekistan
    Area:
    447,400 sq km
    Population:
    4.8 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 32.8 billion

    Projects

  • Turkmenistan
    Area:
    491,200 sq km
    Population:
    6.7 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 19.5 billion

    Projects

  • Tajikistan
    Area:
    143,100 sq km
    Population:
    7.5 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 5 billion

    Projects

  • China
    Area:
    9,596,960 sq km
    Population:
    1 339.7 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 4.93 trillion

    Projects

  • Afghanistan
    Area:
    647,500 sq km
    Population:
    28,1 mln. people
    GDP:
    $ 21.39 billion

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