ASTANA. 20.10.2010. KAZINFORM /Muratbek Makulbekov/ Kazakhstan's economy demonstrated great potential for development after a downtime influenced by the global crisis. The results of socio-economic development for the past 9 months of 2010 showed that following the instructions of the President of Kazakhstan the Government successfully heads the country into the 'road' of stable post crisis development. One of the main indicators is a short term economic indicator reflecting dynamics of development of the six basic sectors - industry, agriculture, trade, construction, transportation and communications which is 8 percent higher than compared to the last year. Increasing demand for products at domestic market and positive pricing environment for the export made industrial production of the country grow by 10.4 percent compared to the same period of the last year. The growth is ensured with the increase in production of the processing sector in 19.1 percent and in mining sector in 5 percent. The growth is ensured by several factors such as launching projects under the State Program of Forced Industrial-Innovative Development, package of measures taken by the Government aimed at the development of the sectors of economy and support of domestic producers. 7 projects of 72 planned to be launched in the second half of the year have already been launched. The total cost of them is KZT 459 bln. In particular, these are: modernization of 'Sinooil' LLP oil products complex in Aktobe region, production of pasta at 'Kostanay Melkombinat' JSC in Kostanay region, production of container carriers at 'ZIKSTO' JSC in North Kazakhstan region, 'Ust Kamenogorsk Titanium-Magnesium Works' JSC plant for production of titanium ingots and alloys in Ust Kamenogorsk, 'Temirzhol Kurylys Atyrau' LLP plant for production of crushed stone in Aktobe region. The plant on steelmaking 'Zhantas' Metallurgical plant LLP was launched in Zhambyl region and the rest of the projects are to be launched till the yearend. Forming the Industrialization Map is at final stage. 82 new projects were submitted for consideration on inclusion them into the Industrialization Map. 20 of them are planned to be launched till the end of this year. Currently, there are 80 projects included into the program that are to be finished by the end of the year. In whole the Industrialization Map includes 237 projects totaling in KZT 7 trl 263 bln. Around 86 new job positions will be created after new productions are put into operation. Presently, around 150 thousand temporary jobs are created for the realization of the projects. There are also measures taken in order to develop information system 'Register of goods, works and services' and Internet-portal 'Kazakhstan's content'. The analysis of the imported goods was conducted for the last five years. The share of domestic content made 53 percent over 8 months work at 'SamrukKazyna' JSC organizations. In state bodies this figure made 72 percent. The backbone enterprises amounted to 60 percent and mineral resources users had 27 percent. Oil producing companies of the country produced 58.9 mln tons of oil including gas condensate for 9 months of 2010 and it is 104.8 percent difference to the same period of the last year. Considerable contribution was made by 'Tengizchevroil' LLP, 'Buzachi Operating ltd', 'Mangystaumunaigas' JSC, 'CNPC-AyDanmunay' JSC , 'Turgai Petroleum' JSC, Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B. V.'. Export of oil and gas condensate in 9 months period made 52 mln tons which is 105.9 percent compared to the same period of the last year. Gas production in the country made 27.2 bln cubic meters - 102.7 percent comparing to the same period of 2009. Developing of marketable gas amounted to 15.4 bln cubic meters - 106.9. 1683 tons of liquefied hydrocarbon gas was produced in the same span of time - 129.1 percent. Transit of gas through the territory of Kazakhstan was conducted in the amount of 58.6 bln cubic meters - 109.6 percent, including Turkmen gas - 8 bln cubic meters, Russian gas - 41.7 bln cubic meters and Uzbek one - 8.9 bln cubic meters.