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Kazakhstan banks

Posted by on December 28, 2016 – 06:56 am

Kazakhstan banks

Halyk Bank is one of Kazakhstan s leading financial services groups and a leading retail bank with the largest customer base and distribution network among banks in Kazakhstan. The Bank is developing as a universal financial group offering a broad range of services (banking, insurance, leasing, brokerage and asset management) to its retail, small and medium enterprises and corporate customers. Established in 1923, Halyk Bank is able to provide best services to its customers through the largest branch network consisting of 544 outlets across the…
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Kazakhstan regions

Posted by on September 17, 2016 – 02:24 am

Kazakhstan regions

East Kazakhstan oblast features In 1977 the region included the territory of former Semipalatinskaya oblast. East Kazakhstan oblast borders with 2 regions of Russian Federation, 1 of China and 3 regions of Kazakhstan. East Kazakhstan oblast is the second in Kazakhstan Republic in milk and eggs production, the third-fourth in meat production. Cattle-breeding is developed as well as coarse- and fine-wool sheep-breeding, wool goat-breeding, horse- and pig-breeding, poultry-farming, antler reindeer-breeding and bee-keeping. East Kazakhstan oblast nature…

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Kazakhstan 0 0 Bulgaria

Posted by on September 13, 2016 – 02:19 am

Kazakhstan 0 0 Bulgaria

Iceland s 0-0 draw with Kazakhstan sparked jubilant scenes as they qualified for the finals of a major tournament for the first time on Sunday with a place at Euro 2016. The result ensured they will finish in the top two in Group A as they stand seven points ahead of third-placed Turkey with only two rounds of matches to play. Knowing a point would be enough to ensure qualification for the finals in France, the home crowd urged their side on with chants of Afram Island! on a rainy night in Reykjavik. They were rewarded with a typically committed…

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Central Bank of Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 16, 2016 – 12:43 am

Central Bank of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has ousted the governor of its central bank after the country s currency, the tenge, lost more than a third of its value in a matter of months. President Nursultan Nazarbayev - who arrives for a two-day visit to the UK today - sacked Kairat Kelimbetov, saying trust in the country s national currency and central bank is low . This cannot be allowed. There is a deficit of tenge liquidity in the country, lending is declining. A statement on the President s personal website said Kelimbetov was being replaced by Daniyar Akishev, deputy…

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Eurasian Bank Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 10, 2016 – 12:32 am

Eurasian Bank Kazakhstan

Eurasian Bank is the ninth largest lender in Kazakhstan, headquartered in Almaty, It was founded in 1994 as a closed joint-stock company, and reregistered in 2003 as a joint stock company due to joint stock company law changes. The Bank is owned 100% by Eurasian Financial Company JSCwhich is 100% owned by three equal shareholders: Alexander Mashkevich, Alijan Ibragimov, Patokh Shodiyev (aka Patokh Chodiev) Profile [edit] Eurasian Bank was originally founded by the shareholders to serve the needs of their industrial companies. As the bank grew, its…

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Kazakhstan space program

Posted by on August 8, 2016 – 12:32 am

Kazakhstan space program

Tears welled up in Alexey Melnikov’s eyes as a spaceship carrying three astronauts lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome several hours before dawn. The Russian-born, London-based computer programmer had wanted to see the breathtaking spectacle since he was a boy. As the rocket engines lit up the sky and shook varied VIPs into silence, here he was standing on the same stretch of steppe that saw Sputnik and Yuri Gagarin make history. Eight minutes and 45 seconds after blasting off from the Russian-leased desert spaceport in Kazakhstan, the Soyuz…

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Kazakhstan Corruption

Posted by on July 14, 2016 – 11:20 pm

Kazakhstan Corruption

Kazakhstan is the most economically prosperous of the former Soviet Republics. Along with economic growth, however, has come significant corruption. Much of Kazakhstan’s growth has been due to its vast supply of natural resources, especially oil. The Kazakhstan government has kept tight control of the oil supply and government officials have benefited from its enormous oil wealth. Kazakhstan is ranked the same as Russia — 133 out of 185 for 2012 CPI ratings. While the government wants to institute a number of important economic reforms, corruption…

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Uranium Kazakhstan

Posted by on July 8, 2016 – 11:06 pm

Uranium Kazakhstan

Uranium mining in Kazakhstan is of considerable importance to the national economy. By 2011, Kazakhstan was considered to be the world s largest producer of uranium. History [edit] Uranium exploration in Kazakhstan began in 1943. Later, in 1970, mining began with positive results, leading to more exploration. Some underground mines from the 1950s remain, but are close to depletion. In the past half century, Kazakhstan has been a major source of uranium for the world s nuclear programs. In the decade from 2001 to 2011, Kazakhstan s uranium production…

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Kazakhstan natural resources

Posted by on July 4, 2016 – 10:55 pm

Kazakhstan natural resources

With vast natural resources, including 30 billion barrels of oil reserves and 85 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, Kazakhstan is an increasingly important player in global energy markets. The government relied on hydrocarbons for 39 percent of its revenues in 2010. Kazakhstan exports more than 1.2 million barrels of oil per day and is the world s largest uranium producer; together the mining and petroleum industries accounted for 33 percent of gross domestic product in 2010 and 82 percent of exports in 2009. Kazakhstan s Performance on the Revenue…

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Kazakhstan Transit visa

Posted by on June 24, 2016 – 10:24 pm

Kazakhstan Transit visa

Transit visas through the territory of Kazakhstan (for 5 days) are issued with the presence of a visa to a third country (the visiting country) and ticket (ticket for travel through the territory of Kazakhstan). So you need visa of the country you are going to, and ticket. Note that you must register during first 5 days in Kazakhstan. You can do it right in airport: Customers may receive Kazakhstan transit visa (at the embassy of Kazakhstan in Almaty) airport without invitation, as long as they have visa and through air or railway tickets to a third…

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River through Kazakhstan

Posted by on June 16, 2016 – 10:07 pm

River through Kazakhstan

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Kazakhstan Engineering

Posted by on June 10, 2016 – 09:59 pm

Kazakhstan Engineering

Type Professional Organization Focus Science, engineering and technology Location Area served Kazakhstan and worldwide Method Industry standards, Conferences, Publications Website The (KIB) is a Kazakh non-profit professional body for those working in engineering and technology in Kazakhstan and worldwide and speaking in Kazakh language. The KIB is the first ever engineering institution in Kazakhstan. Since September 2010 KIB has been a corresponding member of the World Federation of Engineering Societies WFEO [ The institution s website has participated…

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Petrofac Kazakhstan B.V

Posted by on June 2, 2016 – 09:51 pm

Petrofac Kazakhstan B.V

Petrofac, the international oil and gas facilities service provider, has secured an engineering services contract for the Karachaganak 4th Stabilisation and Sweetening Train Project. The project is aimed at increasing the capacity of the existing Karachaganak Processing Complex (KPC) facilities by the addition of a fourth train. The contract covers front-end engineering and design, including tie-ins and early works construction planning, with options to extend further for detailed engineering, procurement, construction management and commissioning…

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Kazakhstan w results

Posted by on May 23, 2016 – 09:40 pm

Kazakhstan w results

Program The Historical Cultural Heritage and Spiritual values of Russia of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences A joint Russian-Kazakhstan historical-ethnographic expedition took place from May 26 to June 9 of 2010 within the bounds of the joint project of the MAE RAS and Central State Museum of Republic of Kazakhstan titled Samuel Dudin - photographer, artist, ethnographer. The materials of the expedition to Kazakhstan of 1899 along the course of Astana, Karaganda, Karkaralinsk, Bayanaul, Pavlodar. The Russian part of the expedition…

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Kazakhstan banking sector

Posted by on May 17, 2016 – 09:21 pm

Kazakhstan banking sector

The Kazakhstan financial sector remains dominated by domestic commercial banks. The banking sector is largely domestically owned, private, and relatively concentrated, with the largest five banks accounting for 78 percent of total banking assets. The share of foreign banks has increased to about 15 percent of total banking assets after some recent acquisitions. The stress testing included single factor sensibility and scenario analysis and focused on the potential impacts of the two main risks being faced by the banking system, liquidity and credit…

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