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Macro Indicators

Reviews
29 November 2019

Kazakhstan loses more than 40 billion US dollars by slowdown in SME growth

As of November 1, 2019, the number of operating SMEs amounted to 1.3 million. In total, enterprises produced products worth 26.5 trillion tenge. As a result, the share


Reviews
14 November 2019

The income of Kazakhstan’s farmers from the sale of agricultural products can be increased 2.5 times

In 2018, agricultural exports amounted to only 1 trillion tenge. A low indicator is associated with low output. At the same time, the prospects for agricultural development in


Reviews
29 October 2019

E-commerce will ensure revenue growth for logistics companies to 1.3 trillion tenge and create 314 thousand new jobs by 2025

Favorable territorial location of Kazakhstan creates favorable conditions for the development of trade and economic relations. In the near five-year perspective, Kazakhstan can increase the number of transit


Reviews
23 October 2019

Kazakhstan people spent 144.6 billion tenge on online purchases

The volume of electronic commerce over the past three years has grown by almost 2 times. Positive dynamics continues in 2019 – according to experts, the volume amounted


Reviews
16 October 2019

Kazakhstan will achieve up to 1.5% of economic growth in case of increased financing of human capital

Funding for education, healthcare and social assistance is 9.5% of GDP. For comparison, in developed countries this indicator exceeds 3-4 times. On the one hand, this fact reflects


Reviews
7 October 2019

Kazakhstan will lose around 25% of income if it does not increase financing of human capital

In conditions of modernization of the world economy, human capital is the main driving force of the country’s socio-economic development and increasing its competitiveness. The degree of influence


Reviews
31 August 2019

27% of jurisdictions in the world apply English law

Since January 1, 2018, the Court and the International Arbitration Centre have been operating on the basis of the AIFC. The current Anglo-Saxon system provides an individual approach


Reviews
30 August 2019

Kazakhstan will lose $14 billion if it does not shift to a “green economy”

Kazakhstan has the necessary potential for the use of renewable energy sources (RES), but their share in electricity production is only 1.3%. In developed countries, the figure reaches


Reviews
29 August 2019

China has invested 1.5 bln US dollars in the economy of Kazakhstan

Bilateral relations between Kazakhstan and China are developing systematically – the volume of mutual trade in the first half of 2019 increased by 31% and reached 6.8 bln


Reviews
23 August 2019

Loans of financing of domestic enterprises decreased by 30% over the last 5 years

The share of equity in the financing of domestic enterprises has increased from 58% to 73% within 5 years. The reason was the sharp reduction of borrowings in