China is the fourth largest investors of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan has joined the top 30 most advanced countries according to the World Bank’s report.
Kazakhstan’s capital is hosting an international financial conference, the Astana Finance Days.
The Government and the financial market players will address the issues of legal regulation of crypto-currencies.
World leaders in the digital technology industry showcased their software products at a specialized IT forum in Astana.
Kazakhstan’s Finance Ministry will be able to place Eurobonds on the Astana International Financial Center.
There are over 1,500 crypto-currencies existing in the world with new ones emerging every day.
Tax revenues to the state budget in Kazakhstan will increase from 15 per cent to 25 per cent.
Thanks to the AIFC’s work, the country will attract US$3-5 billion.