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One person is born every 113 seconds and one person dies each 200 seconds in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan’s Center for Prevention and Combating AIDS observes changes in the age and gender statistics for new HIV cases.
The rate of inflation in Germany, Europe's biggest economy, fell to its lowest level in more than three years in March, official final data showed on Friday.
Kazakhstan's GDP in January-October 2013 has grown 5.8 percent in real terms.
Astana and Almaty residents transferred almost 100 billion tenge to pension funds in 7 months of 2013.
Compared to last year investments per capita grew 10 thousand tenge ($66.7) and made 102.5 thousand tenge ($683) in H1 2013 in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan Statistics Agency has published a report on the livestock of domestic animals in Kazakhstan.
Almaty is number one in the list of the cities with most expensive elite offices.
According to Alikhan Smailov, Statistics Agency chairman, population of Kazakhstan made 16,934 thousand people as of February 1, 2013.
As of February 1, 2013 Astana’s population made 780,880 people.
Women make 55.2 percent of the population in Kostanay.
The number of citizens in Kazakhstan's largest city Almaty will reach 1.6 million people by 2015.
There are 40 000 registered drug addicts in Kazakhstan at present.
843 underaged and 630 elderly people (from 50 and older) are currently missing in Kazakhstan.
Inventions of Kazakhstan’s originators are mostly in chemistry, agriculture and metallurgy that are the leading industries in Kazakhstan.
Presence of gold and silver jewelry, fur coats and gyms in the index raised eyebrows of many members of the Kazakhstan Parliament.
South Korea's capital stands to lose one million people of working age over the next 20 years -- a fallout from the country's status as one of the world's most rapidly ageing societies.
Kazakhstan is Number One in Central Asia by alcohol abuse.
An increase was registered in such crimes as theft, fraud, robbery and hooliganism: Kazakhstan General Prosecutor’s office.
The French economy appears to be settling into a period of no growth according to the INSEE national statistics institute, which halved late Thursday its 2012 growth forecast to 0.2 percent.