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Bureau of National statistics
Agency for Strategic planning and reforms of the Republic of Kazakhstan
19 854 083people
Data as of 1 May, 2023
Urban population
12 276 365
Rural population
7 577 718
Women
10 161 470
Men
9 692 613
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Rural population
Urban population
Factors of change in population
Name 2022* 2023*
Born 93 649 93 538
Dead 38 089 32 624
Natural growth 55 560 60 914
Arrivals 4 108 7 680
Dropouts 5 281 2 664
Balance of migration -1 173 5 016
* for March
Consumer price index
115,9%
Data for May 2023 (annual)
Food products
116,5%
Paid services
113,5%
117,2%
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Food products
Non-food products
Paid services
Inflation
Contribution to inflation of price increases for certain goods and services
Name Percentage point
Food, drinks 6,79
Housing Services 1,90
Clothes, shoes 1,51
Miscellaneous goods and services 1,40
Household items 1,34
Healthcare 0,94
Transport 0,83
Alcoholic beverages, tobacco products 0,33
Leisure and culture 0,31
Education 0,28
Restaurants and hotels 0,21
Connection 0,04
Unemployment rate
4,8%
Data for Q1 2023 for the Republic of Kazakhstan
Urban area
4,7%
Rural area
4,9%
Men
4,2%
Women
5,4%
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Women
Men
Unemployment rate
Data by region in %
Republic of Kazakhstan 4,8
Abay 4,8
Akmola 4,7
Aktobe 4,8
Almaty 4,7
Atyrau 4,8
Batys Kazakhstan 4,9
Zhambyl 4,9
Zhetisu 5,0
Karaganda 4,2
Kostanai 4,8
Kyzylorda 5,0
Mangystau 5,0
Pavlodar 4,8
Soltustik Kazakhstan 4,9
Turkistan 5,0
Ulytau 4,2
Shygys Kazakhstan 4,7
Astana city 4,5
Almaty city 4,9
Shymkent city 4,9
IPV GDP
104,9%
Preliminary data for January-March 2023
GDP at current prices, million tenge
23 494 910,3
mln. $51 645,1
Short-term economic indicator

A short-term economic indicator is an indicator that characterizes the trends in the development of the economy. Its calculation is carried out to ensure efficiency and is based on changes in output indices for basic sectors: agriculture, industry, construction, trade, transport and communications. The share of these industries in the volume of GDP is more than %.

105,5%
January-April 2023
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Goods
Services
Taxes
IPV GRP
Data by regions, for January-December 2022
IPV GRP, % GRP per capita, thousand tenge
Republic of Kazakhstan 103,3 5 240,5
Abay 102,1 3 780,6
Akmola 108,4 4 263,6
Aktobe 100,0 4 675,0
Almaty 106,3 2 847,3
Atyrau 101,6 20 541,2
Batys Kazakhstan 101,0 6 420,4
Zhambyl 105,3 2 264,8
Zhetisu 102,4 1 985,9
Karaganda 100,3 6 517,4
Kostanai 104,5 4 997,9
Kyzylorda 102,4 2 824,0
Mangystau 101,3 5 357,8
Pavlodar 100,2 5 528,9
Soltustik Kazakhstan 105,5 3 956,3
Turkistan 100,5 1 666,6
Ulytau 103,1 7 569,3
Shygys Kazakhstan 103,7 5 328,4
Astana city 105,5 7 881,9
Almaty city 105,1 8 944,8
Shymkent city 106,8 2 689,2
Goods turnover (mln $)
32 679,2
Preliminary data for January-March 2023
Export
18 718,4
Import
13 960,7
million united states dollars       
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Export
Import
Turnover by countries, $ mln
Name Export Import
Italy 3 999,0
China 2 638,7
Russia 2 349,4
The Republic of Korea 1 261,1
Netherlands 1 061,7
Russia 3 750,4
China 3 284,4
Germany 701,0
USA 639,3
The Republic of Korea 533,5
Average per capita nominal income tenge
167 836 tenge
Data for March 2023
Nominal income index
117,9%
Real income index
99,8%
to the corresponding period of the previous year
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Nominal income index
Real income index
Structure of average per capita income, in %
Total income 100,0
from salaried employment 78,0
from independent activity 10,1
social transfers 10,5
other cash income 1,4
* data for the 4th quarter of 2022
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Socio-economic development of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Socio-economic development of the Republic of Kazakhstan (April 2023)
The journal (directory) includes all the main indicators of the socio-economic development of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the reporting month.
15.05.2023
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In Kazakhstan in 2020, parents of children most often called such names as: Boys: ALIHAN - 4661; AISULTAN - 3377; NURISLAM - 2959; ALDIYAR - 2362; AMIR - 2348. Girls: MEDINA - 5534; AILIN - 4946; RAYANA - 4678; AISHA - 4619; ASYLYM - 4443.
In Kazakhstan 1 381 wheelchairs were produced in 2020. All production was concentrated in Akmola region, where the production of domestic products self-propelled wheelchairs with an electric motor was launched.
In 2020, an average of 84 liters of tap water per day accounted for 1 inhabitant in Kazakhstan and their level increased by 6% compared to the previous year , of which the largest number accounted for a resident of the Shymkent city - 134 liters of water, the smallest for a resident of the Turkestan region – 47 liters and the Almaty region – 51 liters ( according to water supply enterprises).
As of January 1, 2021, the number of female deputies in regional maslikhats increased from 15.6% to 28.0% compared to last year, in urban maslikhats -from 23.4% to 29.4%, in district maslikhats -from 23.6% to 31.5%
In May 2021 the highest prices for 1 liter of AI-95 petrol among the countries of the European Union are noted in the Netherlands – 1.77 euros, Denmark – 1.65 euros, Finland – 1.63 euros, Portugal – 1.60 euros. It is four times more expensive than gasoline of the similar brand in Kazakhstan. For reference: the average price of 1 liter of petrol of AI-95 in the Republic of Kazakhstan in May, 2021 was 192.08 tenge.
Thanks to the policy pursued in the country for the development of the fishing industry, over the past 12 years, the amount of farmed marketable fish has increased from 206 tons in 2008 to 6 798 tons in 2020.
The highest average per capita nominal cash income according to preliminary data in Kazakhstan for 2020 was noted in Atyrau region (223852 tenge) and the cities of Nur-Sultan (169215 tenge) and Almaty (166096 tenge), the lowest - in Turkestan region (61945 tenge) and the city of Shymkent (73390 tenge)
In Kazakhstan, during the pandemic, the share of the population with incomes below the subsistence minimum (the poverty level) increased significantly (in 2019-4.3%) and was almost at the level of 2011 (5.3%).
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