Revenues of Kazakhstan’s trade companies from main activity increased up to 2.8 trillion Kazakh tenges in Q1 2016, as compared to 2.1 trillion tenges in the same period of 2015.
Tenge’s devaluation gave a certain support to this process.
Revenues of Kazakhstan’s small enterprises from main activity increased by 824 billion tenges in Q1 YoY, while the revenues of medium and large enterprises decreased by 87 billion tenges.
Total revenues of large, medium and small trade enterprises of Kazakhstan, including secondary revenues, amounted to 3.1 trillion tenges in January-March, up by 39% YoY.
Kazakh trade companies expenditures increased by 39%, to 3 trillion tenges in January-March.
In particular, expenditures of small trade enterprises have increased sharply. The expenditures increased from 813 billion to 1.7 trillion tenges during the year. (Trend/Business World Magazine)