Kazakhstan’s export prices for oil, oil products decrease in 2011
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 13 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
In 2011, Kazakhstan's export prices decreased by 2.2 percent for oil, by 3.9 percent for oil products, by 23.2 percent for gas condensate, the Kazakh Statistics Agency reported.
Meanwhile, natural gas exported by Kazakhstan increased in prices by 0.2 percent in 2011.
According to the Agency, exported rolled ferrous metals decreased in prices by 9.7 percent, copper by 4.3 percent, grain by 3.3 percent, cotton by 0.3 percent, wool by 5.8 percent. Exported zinc rose in prices by 0.4 percent and tobacco by 0.3 percent.
Import prices for sugar fell by 4.3 percent, coffee by 3.6 percent, footwear by 1.9 percent, medicines by 1.4 percent.
Imported margarine rose in prices by 10.0 percent, fish by 4.9 percent, poultry by 3 percent, rice by 2.6 percent, vegetable oil by 1.9 percent, tea by 1.2 percent.