Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Contemporary Education, Social Sciences and Humanities (ICCESSH 2017)

Operational Features of the Macroeconomic Developments in Kyrgyzstan and Its Implications for Xinjiang

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Ahbuduhani Awuti
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Available Online June 2017.
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Keywords
economic development; factor; quantitative analysis; Kyrgyzstan
Abstract
Taking GDP of Kyrgyzstan as main line, this article respectively researches the influence degree of consumption, investment, net export, exchange rate and unemployment rate indicators on GDP, analyzes the current situation of economic development of the country as well as the driven factors and bottleneck factors and comes to conclusions as follows: firstly, the resident and governmental consumption play a positive promoting function for Kyrgyzstan's GDP and the function of governmental consumption is larger than resident consumption in promoting its GDP; secondly, the increase of investment amount greatly promotes the economic development of Kyrgyzstan; thirdly, for short term, the function of consumption is larger than investment in promoting economic growth, while for long term, the positive effect of investment on GDP is larger than the positive promoting function of consumption, and the lag phase is 3 years; fourthly, exchange rate has slight influence on GDP growth rate, while unemployment rate obviously has negative influence on the growth rate of GDP; fifthly, net export obviously has a positive influence on GDP. In accordance with the result, it provides basis of our investment abroad and import/export decision for reference.
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