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Kazakhstan market

Posted by on April 5, 2017 – 09:50 am

Kazakhstan market

Business in Kazakhstan is often focused on the oil and gas sector, which has been responsible for the country’s strong economic expansion over the last eight years. Kazakhstan, however, is also developing into one of the most important markets in Eurasia and is uniquely positioned to serve as an economic and trade leader in the region. Though often overshadowed by the business press received by neighboring BRIC countries Russia and China, Kazakhstan is quickly developing as the trade and investment gateway for Central Asia and has the potential…
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Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 20, 2017 – 09:31 am

Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan

Local time in Ekibastuz city is December 9, 11:58 pm (+6 UTC). Ekibastuz history Ekibastuz history began in the 19th century. Kosim Pshembaev - a native Kazakh commissioned by Russians to look for minerals in Pavlodar region - found a coal field north-west of Pavlodar city. To mark the place he placed two big lumps of salt. And it gave the place its current name because “Ekibastuz” means “two lumps of salt” in Kazakh language. Soon the railroad was constructed and Ekibastuz settlement was founded in 1899. The revolutions of 1917 in Russia and two…
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Kazakhstan Patent and Trademark Office

Posted by on February 26, 2017 – 08:55 am

Kazakhstan Patent and Trademark Office

Patent Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in force since August 21, 1, amended on July 9, 2004, March 2, 2007 and January 31, 2012. MEMBERSHIP IN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS Specification and abstract (may be filed in Kazakh or Russian language, or any other language, whereby the Kazakh or Russian translation should be filed within two months from the filing date); Drawings, 3 sets; Priority certificate, if any. REMARKS National Phase of PCT: under Chapter I: 31 months; under Chapter II: 31 months. Validity: Patent (issued after full examination):…

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Kazakhstan trade statistics

Posted by on February 16, 2017 – 08:42 am

Kazakhstan trade statistics

Kazakhstan is a republic located in Central Asia. It is among the ten largest countries in the world in terms of total land area. Kazakhstan is landlocked and bordered by Russia, China, Kyrgystan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. Historically, the country was part of the Russian Empire and then the Soviet Union until it gained its independence. Since then, the country has been working to develop its economy and maintain stable relationships with its bordering countries and others countries around the world. The capital of the country is Astana, the…

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Tourist attractions in Kazakhstan

Posted by on January 29, 2017 – 07:57 am

Tourist attractions in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan places of interest Kazakhstan’s main landmark is steppe. Several waves of mass migration crossed the Kazakhstan horizonless steppes from the East to the West. This land keeps many artifacts of the mankind history: barrows, buried settlements, stone statues. Kazakhstan land is rich with picturesque natural sites. Tours to the Charyn Canyon with “The Valley of Castles” and pre-historic aspen grove are very popular. It is also interesting to visit Saka mounds, Karabulak gorge, and “Borovoe” nature reserve, see petroglyphs in Tamgali-Tas…

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Marriott Kazakhstan

Posted by on January 21, 2017 – 07:50 am

Marriott Kazakhstan

The new Marriott Astana Hotel is located in the heart of the business, shopping and entertainment districts of new city center of Astana, Kazakhstan. A convenient hotel located adjacent to the Bayterek monument and with easy access from the Astana airport and major city parks. The Hotel’s 271 guestrooms and Suites are stylish and thoughtfully designed with clean lines and a soothing color palette all with free Internet access. Health club, indoor pool and a superior Executive Lounge leave nothing to be desired. Guests will be able to enjoy the cozy…

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Kazakhstan trade development Centre

Posted by on January 19, 2017 – 07:30 am

Kazakhstan trade development Centre

ASTANA - Pakistan and Kazakhstan on Tuesday signed three memoranda for cooperation in the areas of trade and investment, defence and strategic studies and training in foreign services. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Kazakh counterpart Karim Massimov witnessed the signing of the documents. The agreement between the National Export and Investment Agency of Kazakhstan and the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan was signed by Federal Minister for Commerce Khurram Dastgir Khan and Kazakh Agency Deputy Chairman Meirzhan Maikenov. The agreement…

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Kazakhstan trade restrictions

Posted by on January 11, 2017 – 07:16 am

Kazakhstan trade restrictions

Belarus and Kazakhstan have turned down a Russian proposal to restrict imports to the Customs Union from Ukraine, unidentified officials close to the negotiations said, the Vedomosti business daily reported Monday. Ukraine on Friday signed the second part of a landmark association agreement with the EU that envisions, among other things, the cancellation or reduction of import duties between the two sides. Russia is worried that the deal may allow cheap European goods to make their way into the CIS free trade zone, of which Ukraine remains a member…

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Kazakhstan elections

Posted by on December 26, 2016 – 06:55 am

Kazakhstan elections

Image caption Mr Nazarbayev cast his ballot to loud cheering in the capital Astana, saying he was sure that the people of Kazakhstan would support his campaign Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has had a widely expected crushing election victory, with early results showing he has won 97.7% of the vote. The country s Central Election Commission said that there had been a record turnout of 95.11% for the poll. The result, giving 74-year-old Mr Nazarbayev a fifth consecutive five-year term, had never been in doubt. The president has promised economic…

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Trade policy in Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 14, 2016 – 06:27 am

Trade policy in Kazakhstan

ITC is the joint cooperation agency of UNCTAD and WTO for business aspects of trade development. According to its mandate ITC implements several projects in Kazakhstan. The Concept of the Regional Program on Export Development in the Republic of Kazakhstan (RK), the Russian Federation (RF) and the Republic of Belarus (RB) has been drafted in 2011. As a preparatory stage of the bigger project ITC is carrying out a study to promote exports of agricultural products from RK, RF and RB to the world market. The outcome of the proposed study will be published…

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Expats in Kazakhstan

Posted by on November 22, 2016 – 05:32 am

Expats in Kazakhstan

Expats’ Impressions of Kazakhstan – the Good and the Bad Recently I did an online survey using Web Survey Master and 27 of my expat friends responded. I must have sent out to 50 people so I got over a 50% return rate. 12% have lived in KZ for less than half a year, 23% for one year, 23% for 2-3 years, 8% for 4-5 years, 12% for over 5 years and 8% over 10 years and another 14% had various answers. These were comments at the end of survey most of the 27 were American friends of mine but also some from Canada, U.K., Australia, Netherlands and other…

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History of Kazakhstan

Posted by on October 23, 2016 – 04:22 am

History of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is a country with a rich historical and cultural past. Its geographical and geopolitical situation has played a significant role in promoting the development of Kazakhstan. Being located in the center of Eurasia, Kazakhstan has long been at the intersection of ancient world civilization and at the crossroads of major transport arteries. Thus it has been a site for a negotiation of social and economic, cultural and ideological relations between East and West, North and South, between Europe and Asia. At different stages in history, Kazakhstan…

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Kazakhstan EU

Posted by on September 25, 2016 – 03:32 am

Kazakhstan EU

Parts of this article (those related to map coloring of Croatia) are outdated . Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. European Union–Kazakhstan relations are the international relations between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the common foreign policy and trade relations of the European Union. Since 2002, the EU has grown to become Kazakhstan s largest trading partner, being the destination of 40% of its exports. Those exports were primarily, 80%, oil and gas in 2007. In 2007 EU imports of goods from…

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Kazakhstan children

Posted by on September 5, 2016 – 01:56 am

Kazakhstan children

Main problems faced by children in Kazakstan: The prevention of abuse and sexual abuse remains insufficient and lacks professional attention. Such punishments are tolerated in foster homes, military schools and in the workplace. Schools are the only place in which corporal punishment is prohibited. Although mistreatment is becoming rarer, it remains a regular occurrence in boarding schools, foster homes, prisons and detention centres. Furthermore, children who are victims of such violence do not have easy access to adequate complaint mechanisms…

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Kazakhstan Information

Posted by on August 28, 2016 – 12:55 am

Kazakhstan Information

Kazakhstan is located in the heart of the Eurasian continent. Its territory occupies 2, 724, 900 square kilometers (1, 049, 150 square miles). It is the CIS’ second and world’s ninth largest country. The Kazakhstan territory is larger than the twelve countries of the European Union! Kazakhstan borders with China, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Russia. The total length of the borderline is 12, 187km. Kazakhstan stretches for more than 3, km (covering two time zones) from the lower reaches of the Volga in the west to the foothills of the…

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