Закон Кыргызской Республики “Об инвестициях в Кыргызской Республике” от 27 марта 2003 года N 66 устанавливает основные принципы государственной инвестиционной политики, направленные на улучшение инвестиционного климата в республике и стимулирование привлечения отечественных и иностранных инвестиций, посредством предоставления справедливого, равного правового режима инвесторам и гарантии защиты привлеченных ими инвестиций в экономику Кыргызской Республики.

Примечание: Кыргызская Республика подписала 36 соглашений о поощрении и защите инвестиций с разными странами.

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Indicator name

17.5.1 Number of countries that adopt and implement investment promotion regimes for least developed countries

Target name

17.5 Adopt and implement investment promotion regimes for least developed countries


Goal 17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

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Geographical coverage

Кыргызская Республика

Unit of measurement

This indicator demonstrates availability and implementation of the country’s investment promotion regimes at the national level.


Instruments used in investment promotion regimes include investment guarantees, financial or fiscal support for external investors, and international investment agreements between the investor’s home and host country. In addition to these legal instruments, countries often also provide information and other advisory services to their external investors. An investment guarantee is insurance offered by home governments or other institutions to investors to protect them from certain political risks in their host countries, such as the risk of discrimination, expropriation, transfer restrictions or contract violations. An international investment agreement is an agreement between two or more countries to promote and protect investments made by investors from one country in the other country, which obliges the host government to provide certain standards of treatment and protection to foreign investors (nationals and companies from another country) and their investments.

Rationale and interpretation

Target 17.5 is focused on adoption and implementation of investment promotion regimes for least developed countries. In order to achieve target 17.5, it is necessary to identify and implement investment promotion regimes that can directly benefit a developing country.

Investment promotion regimes can be defined as instruments that are directly aimed at encouraging foreign investment, whether external or domestic, through specific investment measures in the home or host country.

Method of computation
Comments and limitations

This indicator in the Kyrgyz Republic was nationalized and demonstrates the adoption of investment promotion regimes in the Kyrgyz Republic.

The Law of the Kyrgyz Republic on Investments in the Kyrgyz Republic No. 66 of March 27, 2003 establishes the main principles of the state investment policy aimed at improving the investment climate in the country and stimulating domestic and foreign investments through fair, equal legal treatment of investors and guaranteeing protection of investments attracted by them into the economy of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Note: The Kyrgyz Republic signed 36 agreements related to investment promotion and protection with different countries.

Quality assurance
Data availability and gaps
Comparability with international data/standards
References and documentation

The Kyrgyz Republic SDG National Reporting Platform: https://sustainabledevelopment-kyrgyzstan.github.io

Data sources

Ministry of Economy of the Kyrgyz Republic

Data collection methods
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Ministry of Economy of the Kyrgyz Republic

Contact person(s)/focal point

A.A. Amanova

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