Azerbaijan, Baku, September 6 / Trend V. Zhavoronkova/
In 2013 the national budget of Kyrgyzstan under the article on 'capital investment' is allocating two billion 400 million soms, the Kyrgyz government's press service reported on Thursday.
These funds are planned for construction and commission of 63 social objects.
These comprise 44 secondary schools, nine hospitals and clinics, five houses, a kindergarten and four facilities of various types.
Currently taking the specified list, 22 are already built and put into operation. The remainder are under construction or near completion.
Of the two billion 400 million soms allocated for capital construction, one billion 357 million soms have already been spent.
In addition, implementation of the programme 'Financing of agriculture' continues.
Currently on the programme are five domestic banks issuing about 34,000 subsidised loans to farmers and peasant farms totalling two billion 935 million soms.
Of this amount, farmers received loans of 270 million soms, breeders - two billion 617 million soms and those engaged in the processing of agricultural products - 49 million soms.
The official exchange rate for September 5 is 48.75 KGS/USD
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