Over January-May GDP of CIS countries decreased by 9 per cent

PanARMENIAN.Net - Over January-May GDP of CIS countries decreased by 9 per cent on average compared with same period last year, the Interstate Statistical Committee of the Commonwealth reports.



Over January-May, 2009 compared to the same period of last year Armenia's GDP declined by 15.7 per cent.. According to the CIS Statistical Committee, the highest economic growth, 4.4 per cent, over January-May has been recorded in Azerbaijan, Tajikistan (3.2 per cent) and Belarus (1.4 per cent).



According to CIS Statistical Committee, in several countries recorded economic slowdown - in Kyrgyzstan minus 0.9%, in Kazakhstan, minus 5.3%, in Moldova - minus 6.9% and Russia 13.6%.
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