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21 September 2020

How is Islamic banking developing in Kazakhstan

When the business of traditional banks around the world shows volatility, Islamic banks become an example of stability and reliability, which allows customers not only to save, but


Reviews
15 September 2020

International financial centres – are the vaccine against recession

The coronavirus outbreak changed the world. If countries initially thought about how to prevent the spread of the virus, now they face an equally significant task-to save their


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14 September 2020

How will the fall in the ruble affect the tenge?

Russian economists predict that the ruble will be devalued in September-October. The weakening of the nearest neighbor’s currency carries risks of negative dynamics of the tenge. How will


Reviews
28 August 2020

Industrialization in Kazakhstan: first results and new challenges

The world economy has entered the post-industrial era, when economic growth depends directly on innovative technologies and services with high added value. Nevertheless, the stability of the Kazakh


Reviews
21 July 2020

Kazakhstan attracted 3.6 billion US dollars of foreign investment in the first quarter of 2020

The global economic crisis that followed the coronavirus pandemic caused valuable assets to fall sharply in many markets. Many investors are wondering what to invest in now, so


Reviews
6 July 2020

Capital Day: how has the economy of the Nur-Sultan city changed over 22 years?

Traditionally, on July 6, Kazakhstan celebrates Capital Day. Our capital is one of the fastest growing cities in the world. The Nur-Sultan city has undergone a transformation from


Reviews
2 July 2020

How do development banks and investment banks help the national economy?

Small and medium-sized businesses account for 29.5% of the country’s total production volume, while about 3.4 million people are employed in this area. In the context of the


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23 June 2020

Startup projects will contribute to increasing the innovation share in GDP to 5% by 2024

The Kazakhstan startup market has been actively developing since 2018. While the ecosystem is still in its infancy, startup projects have already been actively introduced into the national


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1 June 2020

Labor market: current trends and future professions

The labor market is changing constantly and the professions that were in high demand 5 years ago may turn out to be outdated and low paid today. It


Reviews
27 May 2020

Oil Crash: Will Agriculture Become the Locomotive of Kazakhstan's Economy?

The ongoing crisis caused by the Coronavirus pandemic has shown how interconnected the economies of different countries with a commodity focus are. Now a ton of flax costs