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Kyrgyzstan's foreign trade grew 45% year-on-year in 2007 to reach
Kyrgyzstan's foreign trade grew 45% year-on-year in 2007 to reach $3.4 billion, the Central Asian country's statistics committee announced on Thursday.

Russia remained Kyrgyzstan's main trade partner last year, the spokesman said. The countries' bilateral trade reached a record $1 billion.

The ex-Soviet state's trade balance increased 30% in 2007 to $1.4 billion.

According to the Kyrgyz government, the country's main imports are oil products, coal, cars, equipment, chemical products, and basic metals. The leading exporters to Kyrgyzstan are Russia, Kazakhstan, China, and the United States.

The major export destinations for Kyrgyz goods, in particular agricultural and mining products, are Switzerland, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan.


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