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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
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


Reviews
15 May 2020

Capital flight: how to keep bankroll in Kazakhstan?

During the growing crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the relevance of the return of capital illegally exported from Kazakhstan increased. Over the years of independence, its volume


Reviews
4 May 2020

Kazakhstan economy may lose 1.3 trillion tenge due to recession in trade

March business activity index fell to multi-year lows. Entrepreneurs note a worsening situation in all real sectors of the economy. Even e-commerce does not allow businesses to contain


Reviews
22 April 2020

Kazakhstan's economy, while maintaining current oil prices, will lose from 2.3% to 2.7% of GDP per year

But even in this situation, the accumulated international reserves of Kazakhstan will allow supporting the national economy for 15 years. That is, Kazakhstan has great potential to survive


Reviews
7 April 2020

How to increase the profitability of light industry to 900 billion tenge per year?

Now the industry’s profitability is about 45 billion tenge. In the structure of GDP, light industry forms 0.2%, while domestic enterprises cover the consumer market by only 7%.


Reviews
13 March 2020

20% of SMEs generate more than half of the sector’s profits

As of February 1, 2020, 1.3 million SMEs are operating in Kazakhstan. However, more than 60% of their income is generated by only a fifth of enterprises. That