Kazakh National Economy Minister Ruslan Dalenov gave an insight into the country’s economic growth rates.
According to him, the country’s GDP growth made 4% in January-April against 3.8% recorded in this January-March due to accelerated development in manufacturing sector, service industry, agriculture and steady construction rates.
“Since the beginning of the year the inflation rate has reached 1.8%,” Dalenov told the government meeting.
He also added that the international reserves made $86 billion as of April 1. Investment performance outstrips GDP growth rates. Investments grew by 6.7%. (Kazinform/Business World Magazine)