On March 14, International Business Council has presented the research report on the total contribution of gold mining to the economy of the Kyrgyz Republic and the effects on it of fiscal initiatives.
This research provides an assesment of the total socio-economic contribution of the non-ferrous metal sector tothe economy of the Kyrgyz Republic. The non-ferrous metal sector was defined to include the following minerals:
-precious metals: gold and silver;
-non-ferrous and rare metals that are important to KR economy, such as copper, lead, tin, zinc, mercury, antimony, tungsten and molybdenum.
The key objective of the research was to estimate the effect that the fiscal initiatives would have on the economy of the Kyrgyz Republic if implemented by analyzing the way they influence the total economic contribution of the non-ferrous metal sector.
Please find attached research and presentation below: