Kazakh export prices increase, import prices falls in November

Business Materials 12 January 2012 11:50 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 12 / Trend E. Kosolapova/

Prices for exported goods of Kazakhstan increased by 1.4 percent in November compared to the previous month. Import prices in the country fell by 0.3 percent during this period, Novosti-Kazakhstan reported with reference to the Kazakh Statistics Agency.

A growth of export prices in November is recorded for liquefied propane and butane (a 5.4-percent growth), oil (2.7percent), coal (0.1 percent), leather (2.4 percent), wheat (4 percent).

Meanwhile, such exported products as gas condensate (a 19.9-percent drop), lead (a 9.6 percent), copper (4.2 percent), ferroalloys (0.7 percent), natural gas (0.2 percent) decreased in prices.

Among imported goods coffee fell in prices by 7.1 percent, sugar - by 6 percent, vegetable oil - by 4.1 percent, tea - by 2.5 percent, footwear - by 2.1 percent.

Meanwhile, imported dairy products rose by 1.5 percent in prices in Kazakhstan, margarine - by 0.3 percent, poultry meat - by 0.1 percent.