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Kyrgyzstan's public external debt to grow 1% upon receipt of IMF funds.

The public external debt of Kyrgyzstan will grow 1% upon receipt of funds from the International Monetary Fund, Finance Minister Chorobek Imashev said at the roudntable discussion today in Bishkek.According to the Finance Minister, macroeconomic indicators of Kyrgyzstan for 2010 constitute US$4.44 billion of GDP.IMF projects economic decline at 4.5%, while Finance Ministry projects this decline at 5%.Previously, the Finance Minister projected 8-9% increase of the public external debt over receipt of funds from international donors.The public external debt amounts to US$1.233 billion, according to the Finance Ministry.

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Date:Aug 6, 2010
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