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Banking industry of Kazakhstan

Posted by on April 25, 2016 – 08:01 pm

Banking industry of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan National Bank has introduced a new ban prohibiting Kazakh banks from keeping over 30% of their funds abroad, but offered them tenge rate stability and cheap funding at the same time. Central bank Governor Kairat Kelimbetov announced the new ban prohibiting Kazakh banks from transferring abroad the funds they raise from the domestic market at the press-conference on September 5. The ban comes into effect on October 1 for all the Kazakhstan-based banks except Kazkommertsbank and Halyk Banks, the governor said. He did not specify the reason…
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Kazakhstan Football

Posted by on February 17, 2016 – 03:20 pm

Kazakhstan Football

FC Astana’s Baurzhan Dzholchiyev and Inaki Asti of APOEL in action during the UEFA Champions League play off in Nicosia. Photograph: Getty Images On Wednesday, the players of FC Astana will board a plane in Lisbon and fly east for 3830 miles to get home. To put that in context, that’s 400 miles further than flying from London to New York. If they drove (non-stop), the journey would take them 77 hours and take them through nine countries and five time zones. It is, in short, a long way. But those players will make the journey having made history…
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For representatives in Kazakhstan

Posted by on February 1, 2016 – 12:48 pm

For representatives in Kazakhstan

Fidan Bagirova ~ The Eurasia Hub and Economic Research Center (ERC) held a training on “Revenue Management” for researchers and NGO representatives of Kazakhstan. The training was held in Almaty, but researchers from Astana, Shymkent and Semipalatinsk also attended. The trainers, Gubad Ibadoglu and Ingilab Ahmedov, led training sessions covering the topics of value chain and revenue management in this chain, modules on revenue management, practices of numerous countries, sovereign wealth funds including the fiscal rules applied in management of…

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Kazakhstan central Bank

Posted by on January 30, 2016 – 12:32 pm

Kazakhstan central Bank

Kazakhstan’s president criticized the performance of the central bank as he replaced Governor Kairat Kelimbetov, who devalued the national currency twice in his two-year tenure amid plummeting oil prices and a rout in emerging markets. President Nursultan Nazarbayev named Daniyar Akishev, 39, an aide in his administration and former deputy governor at the central bank, to succeed Kelimbetov, according to a decree posted on his website Monday. The tenge weakened 0.4 percent to 281.26 versus the dollar as of 4:39 p.m. in Almaty, extending last month’s…

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Kazakhstan uranium Bank

Posted by on January 10, 2016 – 10:32 am

Kazakhstan uranium Bank

THE world suffers no shortage of uranium, the raw material for nuclear energy and nuclear weapons. The amount of electricity generated globally by nuclear power peaked almost a decade ago. And no reactors have ever been shut down because of a lack of fuel. Yet Warren Buffett has put the first $50m behind a $150m project agreed on August 27th to build a uranium bank in Kazakhstan, the world’s biggest producer of the mineral. It sounds like something a Bond villain might dream up, rather than a philanthropic American billionaire. What is the logic?…

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Kazakhstan Calendar

Posted by on December 27, 2015 – 08:59 am

Kazakhstan Calendar

Wardell Armstrong International calendar competition 2015 - March. The award-winning images featured in the Wardell Armstrong International (WAI) calendar continue with the March feature of “the story behind the image”. Photography: Wardell Armstrong International Project: Due diligence on a gold project Location: Kazakhstan. This photograph was taken during a due diligence exercise on behalf of a client looking to make an investment in a number of gold assets in Kazakhstan. The team comprised of the following senior Wardell Armstrong International…

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Kazakhstan girls pictures

Posted by on December 14, 2015 – 12:18 pm

Kazakhstan girls pictures

Images from Kazakhstan s first same-sex wedding ceremony which have provoked strong reactions in a largely Muslim country with conservative values. What is believed to be Kazakhstan s first gay wedding has provoked strong reactions in the socially conservative country after pictures were published on the internet. The ceremony took place in the Northern industrial town of Karaganda. The photos posted on the Kazakh Voxpopuli website show the couple doing all the things traditionally associated with a lavish Kazakh wedding ceremony, including a tour…

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Kazakhstan natural gas

Posted by on November 16, 2015 – 01:11 pm

Kazakhstan natural gas

Kazakhstan is a country rich in fuels of all sorts. It is a major supplier of oil and uranium, and is now working toward cleaner, renewable energies like solar and wind power. It is also a major source of a fuel that some see as a cleaner link between traditional, polluting fuels and the renewable future: natural gas. With oil and nuclear energy dominating the conversation about Kazakhstan and with President Nursultan Nazarbayev announcing plans to build a nuclear power plant in the country in his Jan. 17 state-of-the-nation address, its natural…

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Kazakhstan National Bank

Posted by on September 8, 2015 – 12:44 pm

Kazakhstan National Bank

President Nursultan Nazarbayev meets with the chairman of the National Bank, Kayrat Kelimbetov, to discuss the bank’s performance and plans. Analysts raise questions about the reasons for Kazakhstan’s national wealth fund’s sale of a 10 percent stake in the state energy company to the National Bank, wondering if the bank was pressured to accept the deal and how well Kazakhstan is coping with a slowdown in economic growth. (Photo: Kazakhstan Presidential Press Service) Stubbornly low oil prices and delays on a mammoth offshore project have prompted…

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Kazakhstan climate map

Posted by on March 30, 2015 – 12:33 pm

Kazakhstan climate map

Courtesy of When is the best time to travel? The climate of Kazakhstan for tourism diversity is very favourable. If you are an extreme traveller, you can visit Kazakhstan any time of year with the right gear and preparation, of course, but the most comfortable months for most travellers are late April to late October. If you are planning to travel to the central and remote parts of Kazakhstan, I assume you are very well informed and prepared for any weather conditions. Mother Nature can be unpredictable at times, you know Don t mess around with…

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Atyrau Kazakhstan map

Posted by on October 19, 2014 – 10:35 am

Atyrau Kazakhstan map

Original name: Atyrau geographical location: Guryev, Kazakhstan, Asia geographical coordinates: 47° 7 0 North, 51° 53 0 East detailed map of Atyrau and near places Welcome to the Atyrau google satellite map! This place is situated in Guryev, Kazakhstan, its geographical coordinates are 47° 7 0 North, 51° 53 0 East and its original name (with diacritics) is Atyrau. See Atyrau photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Atyrau in Kazakhstan. Atyrau hotels map is available on the target page linked above. This…

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World Bank Kazakhstan

Posted by on July 19, 2015 – 08:26 am

World Bank Kazakhstan

Improving wheat productivity, diversifying agricultural production, and improving livestock productivity – The World Bank’s Agricultural Risks Study on Kazakhstan and Central Asia was discussed today in Astana. The study finds that agricultural production in Kazakhstan varies by about 27 percent from one year to the next, mainly due to fluctuations in weather. Rising temperatures associated with climate change are projected to amplify this annual variability, with increasing vulnerability to drought, pests and diseases, particularly in the case…

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Immigration to Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 9, 2015 – 03:41 pm

Immigration to Kazakhstan

Although Kazakhstan experienced significant net emigration throughout the 1990s, it has now become a republic of immigration in the space of a few years. Large numbers of migrants from the other Central Asian countries are drawn to Kazakhstan because it is easier to move there than to Russia; xenophobia is much less rife; and the rhythm of economic development makes it very attractive in salary terms. According to official estimates, about 500, migrants from other Central Asian Republics work in Kazakhstan. At the CIS summit in October 2007, the…

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Kazakhstan video

Posted by on February 10, 2015 – 10:24 am

Kazakhstan video

ISIS has released a shocking new video featuring children from Kazakhstan at a terrorist training camp Their teacher claims he is giving the children an education before they move onto military training The video immediately cuts to a young boy, pictured, field-stripping and rebuilding an AK-47 assault rifle All of the fighters are wearing matching grey camouflage uniforms, with the exception of the leader of the group who is wearing a black tunic. The video claims: Meet some of our newest brothers from the land of Kazakhstan. They responded to…

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Kazakhstan and Russia

Posted by on December 1, 2015 – 05:23 pm

Kazakhstan and Russia

Vladimir Putin, left, with Ukraine s President Petro Poroshenko, right, in Belarus as Kazakhstan s Nursultan Nazarbayev, centre, looks on. Photograph: Sergei Bondarenko/AP Barack Obama leaves Washington on Tuesday for the small Baltic state of Estonia on Russia s north-western border to reassure the vulnerable country that it is safe within Nato from Vladimir Putin s clutches. En route to Wales for a Nato summit that Putin, in Ukraine, has transformed into the most important such gathering since the end of the cold war, Obama will reiterate the…

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