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Reviews
6 October 2020

How does the global stock market downturn affect Kazakhstan?

In 2020, the global stock market experienced the largest decline since the 2008 crisis. The volatility index rose to 85.47 points, reaching a historic high over the past


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


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


Reviews
18 February 2020

The construction sector might ensure GDP growth by 4.5% in 2020

The amount of construction work in 2019 increased by 14%, it allowed construction companies receive 983.4 billion tenge, which is considered to be as a record profit over


Reviews
13 February 2020

Mining sector provides more than 40% of state income and 15% of GDP

In 2019, Kazakhstan’s GDP growth was 4.5% due to increased demand on the consumer market, increased industrial production and increased investment activity. Which sectors of the economy were


Reviews
11 February 2020

Fixed Capital Investments: 2019 Overview

Investments in the fixed assets maintained the upward trend – in 2019, their volume increased by 12.7% and reached 12.5 trillion tenge. At the same time, the enterprises


Reviews
27 December 2019

Results of 2019: support of socially vulnerable citizens from the budget provokes inflation, and enterprises lack investment and loans

In the near future, the Government and government departments will begin to summarize the activities for 2019. According to preliminary forecasts of Kazakhstan, the national economy continues to


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