|Unit||Mln. Tenge, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Gross External Debt||2021 Q2||18,666,987,924||17,517,969,719||USD, NSA||Quarterly|
|Government Expenditures||Jan 2020||1,022,652||13,535,581||Mil. Tenge, NSA||Monthly|
|Government Revenues||Jan 2020||1,123,262||12,758,479||Mln. Tenge, NSA||Monthly|
|Outstanding Public Debt||2016||7,876,721,720,000||7,893,874,198,000||NCU||Annual|
Kazakhstan's Government Finance Statistics include revenues, expenditures, net budget credits, balance on operations with financial assets and budget deficit (or surplus). The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan is responsible for collecting, processing, and disseminating these statistics via its Reporting and Statistics Department.
The methodology for compiling these data is broadly consistent with the analytical framework set out in the IMF's Manual on Government Finance Statistics (MGFS) 1986. Concepts, definitions, and classification structures used in compiling these data follow in general the corresponding provisions of the MGFS, except that repayment of loans is included in receipts along with revenues and official transfers received, rather than being netted against lending.
The national data definitions for fiscal aggregates disseminated under the SDDS correspond to the definitions in MGFS 1986.
Pursuant to the budget legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Uniform Budget Classification is a regulatory legal document which sets out the grouping of receipts of the budget and expenditures from the budget by functional, departmental and economic characteristics. The Uniform Budget Classification is established by the agency competent for budget planning. The classification is broadly consistent with the MGFS 1986.
The budget structure consists of:
Data is based on the actual accounting entries of the budgetary units and are recorded on a cash basis. Data is reported on a fiscal year basis, which is the same as the calendar year for the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Indicators are available Monthly with the exception of the detailled breakdown of financing which is compiled on a quarterly basis. Monthly data are disseminated not later than one month after the reference period.
The compilation and dissemintaion of the data are governed by the terms and conditions of the Budget Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The data are final when first released.
For more information: http://dsbb.imf.org/Pages/SDDS/BaseSMReport.aspx?ctycode=KAZ&catcode=CGO00&ctyType=SDDS