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Posted by on February 29, 2016 – 05:03 pm

Business economy Magazine

Latest Issue Editorial National Round-up India watch MNC Watch Tourism Update Rural update Bookshelf IBEF presents an enriched, enhanced India Now magazine with more features, analysis and wider coverage. This special issue of the magazine The Big Online Bazaar talks about the Indian consumer cyberspace as the new hangout for window shopping. It s an online festival in India for consumers, sellers, investors and all other stakeholders connected to the e-commerce space as the market is forecast to grow sevenfold by 2020. From kitchen knives to…
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Russia Kazakhstan relations

Posted by on January 26, 2016 – 12:19 pm

Russia Kazakhstan relations

As 2014 begins to wind to a close, it seems worth taking stock of the remarkable shift in relations, realities, and potentialities between Russia and Central Asia. Most especially, where Russia was heretofore seen as the regional, post-colonial hegemon in the region, the reality is becoming clear –commensurate with the collapsed ruble and the Russian penchant for interventionism – that the region’s future increasingly lies with China. This shift seems all but cemented following the spectacular events and spurious policies of 2014. And this shift…

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Kazakhstan travel advice

Posted by on August 24, 2015 – 08:52 am

Kazakhstan travel advice

As visa and other entry and exit conditions (such as currency, customs and quarantine regulations) can change at short notice, you should contact the nearest Embassy or consulate of Kazakhstan for the most up to date information. From 16 July 2015, Australians visiting Kazakhstan for stays of up to 15 days will not require a visa. For stays exceeding 15 days, Australians must obtain the appropriate visa for the purpose of their visit, especially if travelling on a long-term business or work trip. Check the validity dates for your visa and associated…

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Turkey, Kazakhstan

Posted by on September 29, 2015 – 02:03 pm

Turkey, Kazakhstan

Next year, Kazakhstan will celebrate the 25th year of its independence. With a population of over 17 million and a large landmass, it is one of the pivotal states of Central Asia. It is also strategically situated between two major powers: Russia and China. Kazakhstan has extensive economic and political relations with Europe and the U.S. This makes Kazakhstan a country of balance-politics,where the Kazakh leadership seeks a foreign policy based on regional cooperation and global engagement. President Erdogan visited Kazakhstan on April 16-17 to…

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Economy of Kazakhstan PDF

Posted by on October 5, 2015 – 08:44 am

Economy of Kazakhstan PDF

Despite robust, and much touted, growth, Kazakhstan s economic system enjoys only tepid support among large swathes of the population and is viewed by many as neither fair nor legitimate. Extreme juxtapositions of new wealth and new poverty against a historic background of economic and social egalitarianism combine to make this a potent and combustible issue. Women, ethnic Slavs, the poor, people in urban areas most afflicted by post-Soviet de-industrialisation, those who feel they have lost out in the transition to a market economy, and those who…

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Kazakhstan 3 letter Airport code

Posted by on February 19, 2015 – 05:03 pm

Kazakhstan 3 letter Airport code

If you are planning to travel to Almaty or any other city in Kazakhstan, this airport locator will be a very useful tool. This page gives complete information about the Almaty Airport along with the airport location map, Time Zone, lattitude and longitude, Current time and date, hotels near the airport etc Almaty Airport Map showing the location of this airport in Kazakhstan. Almaty Airport IATA Code, ICAO Code, exchange rate etc is also provided. Almaty Airport Info: Almaty Airport IATA Code: ALA Almaty Airport ICAO Code : U Latitude : 43.3514…

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Kazakhstan Atyrau

Posted by on September 23, 2015 – 04:47 pm

Kazakhstan Atyrau

Atyrau (population170, ), 30km up the Ural River from the Caspian Sea, straddles the Europe/Asia boundary. The cheapest sleep is the Komnaty Otdykha, entered from the train station platform. It’s basic and short on security, but clean, and half-price for less than 12 hours. The central Ak Zhaik Hotel has comfy rooms and a slew of facilities including a British-style pub. Atyrau lies on the Moscow-Volgograd-Uzbekistan rail route. Within Kazakhstan, trains go daily to Aktau (Mangyshlak; 3520T, 21 hours), Aktobe (2830T, 16 hours) and Almaty (9660T…

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Kazakhstan Politics

Posted by on April 23, 2015 – 02:19 pm

Kazakhstan Politics

On Sunday, April 26, Nursultan Nazarbayev was reelected as president of Kazakhstan with 97.7 percent of the vote and a voter turnout of 95.22 percent. At first glance, this number is astonishingly high for an elected official, especially one who has been in office for more than twenty-five years. Suspicion of the reliability and credibility of these figures is certainly justified. But a complete negation of the extent to which the results reflect the will of the Kazakhstani population is exaggerated. No stranger to Kazakhstan, I spent almost a year…

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Borat and Kazakhstan

Posted by on April 29, 2015 – 12:25 pm

Borat and Kazakhstan

Foreign Minister reveals visa requests have increased tenfold since 2006 film He tells Sacha Baron Cohen: I salute you Kazakhstan today issued an official ‘thank you’ to Sacha Baron Cohen for his comedy character Borat who lampooned its people. His 2006 film depicting a mock Kazakh TV journalist led to a huge boost in tourism and helped put the oil-rich former Soviet state on the map, Foreign Minister Yerzhan Kazykhanov admitted in parliament. I salute ‘Borat’ for helping attract tourists to Kazakhstan,he said. Offense: Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat…

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Earthquakes in Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 15, 2014 – 04:13 pm

Earthquakes in Kazakhstan

Almaty city in southern Kazakhstan should study active seismic faults to be better prepared for a new devastating earthquake that is more likely to happen than not , Cambridge University Professor James Jackson who came to Almaty to establish cooperation with local scientists is quoted by Tengrinews as saying. The earthquake threat has always been a problem for Almaty. The 1.5-million-people city is located in the area where an 8-magnitude earthquake that can leave tens of thousands dead and hundreds of thousands injured and homeless is a dreadful…

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Kazakhstan economy Overview

Posted by on August 6, 2015 – 03:14 pm

Kazakhstan economy Overview

Economy - overview: Kazakhstan, geographically the largest of the former Soviet republics, excluding Russia, possesses enormous fossil fuel reserves and plentiful supplies of other minerals and metals, such as uranium, copper, and zinc. It also has a large agricultural sector featuring livestock and grain. In 2002 Kazakhstan became the first country in the former Soviet Union to receive an investment-grade credit rating. Extractive industries have been and will continue to be the engine of Kazakhstan s growth, although the country is aggressively…

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Kazakhstan dictionary

Posted by on May 11, 2015 – 07:36 am

Kazakhstan dictionary

Kazakhnomads Blog: A Westerners View of Kazakhstan | True

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Economy of Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 9, 2015 – 11:59 am

Economy of Kazakhstan

Report by Whiteshield Partners consultancy analyses the country’s 16 regions The study, “Diversification of Kazakhstan’s economy: a capability-based approach”, was produced by the strategy and public policy advisory firm Whiteshield Partners and funded jointly by the government of Kazakhstan and the EBRD’s Shareholders’ Special Fund. Launched in Astana on 17 September, the study examines factors that support the development of knowledge-based export capabilities in each of Kazakhstan’s 16 regions. Analysing over 10 years of detailed regional export…

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Kazakhstan Country

Posted by on November 9, 2014 – 02:28 pm

Kazakhstan Country

ADB began supporting the Government of Kazakhstan shortly after the country became independent in 1991. To help the country’s transition from a centrally planned economy to one driven by market forces, ADB provided much-needed assistance in agriculture, education, finance, and the delivery of social services. Kazakhstan’s requirements for external financing had gradually diminished, before the global financial crisis of 2007-2008 prompted the need to again access external concessional resources. ADB responded with a countercyclical loan of $500…

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