180 companies plan to implement projects that are aimed at supplying the domestic market with local products.
Kazakhstan plans to become the key exporter of industrial oil by 2025.
30 Kazakh experts in various fields took part in a survey.
Uzbekistan is ready to purchase cereal, meat and dairy products from Kazakhstan.
The demand for the domestic market is increasing. 56 percent of the population is expected to be supplied with gas by 2030.
Islamic Banking is in great demand worldwide.
Kazakhstan’s strategic goal is to bring the volume of investments of fixed assets up to 30% of GDP.
Six new factories are also planned to be launched on the territory of the industrial zone in 2020.
The export value of agricultural products is expected to reach US$4 billion by that time.
This is due to the agreement on product labeling that was signed with the EAEU in 2018.
According to experts, the funds raised were used mainly for the country’s infrastructure projects, financial industry and banking.
This is also will be applied to goods that are transported through customs border by individuals.
Kazakhstan invited businesspeople from Luxembourg and Belgium to take part in the AIFC work.
Analysts said that such opportunity will allow the attraction of significant investments flow in Central Asia region.
German businesspeople are planning to invest US$2.4 billion in Kazakhstan’s economy.
The trade volume between Kazakhstan and South Korea reached a record high of 66 percent.
Meat exports from Kazakhstan to China were temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
According to the Government, the industry makes up 8.2 percent in Kazakhstan’s GDP.
Jewelry manufacturers expect great prospects from the project.
The European Union member countries are willing to invest in the economy of Kazakhstan.