Economy of Turkmenistan - Other Statistics

Other Statistics

Household income or consumption by percentage share:

  • lowest 10%: 2.6%
  • highest 10%: 31.7% (1998)

Industrial production growth rate: official government estimate: 22% (2003 est.)

Electricity:

  • production: 11.41 TWh (2004 est.)
  • consumption: 8.847 TWh (2002)
  • exports: 1.136 TWh (2004)
  • imports: 0 kWh (2002)

Electricity - production by source:

  • fossil fuel: 99.9%
  • hydro: 0.1%
  • nuclear: 0%
  • other: 0% (2001)

Agriculture - products: cotton, grain; livestock

Debt - external: $2.4 billion to $5 billion (2001 est.)

Exchange rates: Turkmen manats per US$1 – 5,200 (January 2000), 5,350 (January 1999), 4,070 (January 1997), 2,400 (January 1996)

in recent years the unofficial rate has hovered around 24,000 to 25,000 Turkmen manats to the dollar. The official rate has consistently been 5,200 Manat to the dollar.

After denomination of national currency the last official rate is 2.85 manat-1$

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