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Physical Map of Kazakhstan

Posted by on January 26, 2015 – 11:22 am

Physical Map of Kazakhstan

Officially known as the Republic of Kazakhstan, the country of Kazakhstan is located in central Asia and some part of it situated on the western side of the European’s Ural River. Largest landlocked country of the world is Kazakhstan and it comes at number nine in world ranking in terms of area. 2, 727, 300 square kilometres is the total area of Kazakhstan. In size Kazakhstan is equivalent to western Europe. The following countries have the borders with Kazakhstan- China, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and also with Caspian Sea. Kazakhstan’s…
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Traditions of Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 21, 2015 – 09:16 am

Traditions of Kazakhstan

With Us, The World Is More Interesting Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world, with a welcome just as wide. At over a million square miles, this country has it all! Mountains and glaciers, vast steppes and desert and over a hundred and twenty nationalities! Stunning landscapes and ancient architecture conjure images of nomads and warriors, falconry and poetry, silk-robed horsemen and exotic beauty. The word “Kazakh” itself translates to “free, independent nomad.” Kazakhstan Hospitality The Kazakh people have a long tradition of peace…
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UK visa Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 18, 2015 – 03:40 pm

UK visa Kazakhstan

This guide sets out essential information for British national residing in Kazakhstan, including advice on residence requirements, health, education, benefits and more. We are unable to provide any guidance on general lifestyle enquiries apart from the information and links listed below. See our information on what consulates can and cannot do for British nationals. The British Consular Section in Almaty/Kazakhstan offers consular support and assists British Citizens who face serious difficulties such as hospitalisation, detention or death of a…

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Food in Kazakhstan

Posted by on November 13, 2015 – 08:16 am

Food in Kazakhstan

As my time was limited to 24 hours of exploring, I ventured to their favorite restaurant choice Tabeteuka on foot. It was less than a half mile away and a beautiful day. Along the route you could see the Zailiysky Alatau mountains. Once the capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty, is still one of the most developed and culturally diverse cities in Kazakhstan. The city is on a major earthquake fault, which is one of the reasons the capital was moved. There is a constant earthquake threat there, and historically, there have been many very destructive quakes…

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Kazakhstan Babes

Posted by on October 17, 2015 – 03:01 pm

Kazakhstan Babes

When Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak’s daughter, Nooryana Najwa engaged to Daniyar Nazarbayev, whose stepfather Bolat Nazarbayez is the brother to Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev; we thought Kazakhstan must have very few beautiful women. We’re of course not saying the Najib’s daughter was ugly but considering this part of the globe is normally gifted with beautiful babes, at least Daniyar would have no problem finding one in this own country. To our surprise, we found out how wrong we were when Taiwanese sport fans were practically…

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Russian Investments in Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 7, 2015 – 08:00 am

Russian Investments in Kazakhstan

Despite the global economic crisis, foreign direct investment (FDI) accumulated by the CIS four largest economies in Europe (outside the CIS) and East Asia has grown from US $25.8 billion to US $48.1 billion over 2009-2012 (+69%). Out of this, Russia accounts for US $41.3 billion. Experts state that the leading recipients of FDI are Turkey (US $7.3 billion), Italy (US $6.4 billion), Romania (US $5.7 billion), Germany (US $3.7 billion), U.K. (US $3.5 billion) and Bulgaria (US $3.5 billion). In East Asia the largest recipient of investment is Vietnam…

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Investment in Kazakhstan

Posted by on May 14, 2015 – 07:34 am

Investment in Kazakhstan

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wound up a five-nation tour of Central Asia on October 27 in Astana with the promise of multimillion dollar investment deals and an offer from Tokyo to help build a nuclear power plant in Kazakhstan. In the end, however, nothing substantive appears to have come of this leg of Abe’s historic visit to the region. President Nursultan Nazarbayev said in remarks cited by his office that Kazakhstan and Japan are moving forward with 10 projects worth a total of $700 million. And yet there were no reports of any investment…

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Kazakhstan landscape

Posted by on May 11, 2015 – 03:50 pm

Kazakhstan landscape

Kazakhstan geography overview Travelers of various times and from various countries had often described Kazakhstan as a land of deserts and vast semi-desert steppes. However, this is not so. Most foreign travelers saw only the southern part of Kazakhstan land that borders on the great deserts of Central Asia, across which lay the old caravan routes linking the trading centers in the West and the Orient. True, there was little along those routes to catch the inquisitive eye of the traveler except takyrs, or clay beds of dried-up steppe lakes, and…

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Miss Kazakhstan 2011

Posted by on June 22, 2015 – 09:57 am

Miss Kazakhstan 2011

Aidai Isaeva, 24 years old from Almaty is the new Miss Kazakhstan. She is expected to compete at Miss World 2014 or 2015 however because of her age, she is likely to compete only in 2014 (Miss World upper age limit is 24). However, last year’s winner Zhazira Nurimbetova is yet to compete in any international pageant. Zhazira for example was replaced by Aygerim Kozhakanova at Miss Universe. Meanwhile Miss Kazakhstan 2011 Ainura Toleuova represented the country at Miss World. Interestingly, Zhazira is not the one who passed the crown to Aidai. Miss…

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Kazakhstan pipeline

Posted by on November 25, 2015 – 12:59 pm

Kazakhstan pipeline

Currently, the eastern export direction is developing most rapidly. “NC “KMG” JSC together with China National Petroleum Corporation worked on construction of Kazakhstan-China oil pipeline. The first project for construction of Kazakhstan-China oil pipeline is aimed at diversifying oil transportation directions within the framework of pursuing the policy of creation of a multi-vector system for transportation of hydrocarbons of independent Kazakhstan. Construction of Kazakhstan-China pipeline is provided in two stages. The first step was implementation…

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Ali Agan

Posted by on June 13, 2015 – 01:47 pm

Ali Agan

Ali Agan holds a BS degree in Economics from Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science. He also completed the Certificates Program at the University of Toronto in Canada and received an MBA in Finance from the University of Baltimore in the United States. While studying at the University of Baltimore, Mr. Agan worked as an Assistant for the Finance Department and completed his internship at the Department of Business and Economic Development in Maryland. Mr. Agan’s work experience has consisted of various professional activities in finance…

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Kazakhstan Development

Posted by on November 30, 2014 – 10:51 am

Kazakhstan Development

The country operations business plan (COBP), 2015-2017 for Kazakhstan is consistent with ADB’s country partnership strategy (CPS), 2012-2016 for the country. The COBP supports the CPS’s strategic directions of (i) economic development and diversification through infrastructure modernization, and (ii) finance sector development, including improved access to finance for small and medium-sized enterprises. The main cross-cutting CPS strategic priorities of regional cooperation, private sector development, knowledge solutions, environmental sustainability…

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Foreign Investments in Kazakhstan

Posted by on February 25, 2015 – 10:17 am

Foreign Investments in Kazakhstan

Canada and Kazakhstan have agreed to begin negotiations towards a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA). The parties have pledged to work together to conclude an agreement in a timely manner. The first round of negotiations took place in June 2011 in Astana. A bilateral FIPA will provide greater predictability and certainty for Canadian investors considering investment opportunities in Kazakhstan. Canada’s objective in entering these negotiations is to secure a comprehensive, high-quality agreement which will protect investors…

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Kazakhstan, Karaganda

Posted by on January 11, 2015 – 11:55 am

Kazakhstan, Karaganda

Local time in Karaganda city is December 9, 11:59 pm (+6 UTC). Karaganda history The first settlement appeared in 1856, and small-scale coal mining began in 1857 to supply a nearby copper smelter. Mining ceased in Karaganda in the 1920s but expanded quickly after 1931 following completion of a railway link and a decree that Karaganda basin was to be developed as a major coal-mining area to supply industry in the Urals of Russia. Karaganda received the status of the city in 1934 and Karaganda oblast center in 1936. By 1939 Karaganda population had…

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Kazakhstan vegetation

Posted by on December 6, 2014 – 04:32 pm

Kazakhstan vegetation

Forested areas amount to only 5 percent of Kazakhstan s territory, as the steppes and deserts are virtually treeless. Drought-resistant plants such as wormwood, tamarisk (salt cedar), and feather grass are native to the steppes, although grain crops have largely supplanted native vegetation in the northern steppes. Scrub plants are common in the Qyzylqum desert. Thickets of elm, poplar, reeds, and shrubs grow along the banks of rivers and lakes. Coniferous trees, such as spruce, larch, cedar, and juniper, grow in thick forests on the mountain slopes…

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