Kazakhstan’s GDP will grow almost 5 percent a year on average in 2021-2022.
Kazakhstan and Turkey intend to build a plant for the production of veterinary drugs and vaccines.
For this purpose, the relevant ministry requests three billion tenge (US$7 million) from the state budget.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently published its October World Economic Outlook (WEO).
The parties discussed mutually beneficial cooperation in the trade and economic sector.
Amendments were made to the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Nur-Sultan hosts the International Second Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Investment Forum online.
Trademarks in the Eurasian Economic Union will now be protected by one document.
There were positive developments in Kazakhstan’s economy in September.
During the event, leading experts from Kazakhstan, Canada and the United Kingdom will share their views.
The avian influenza has not been confirmed in Aktobe and Turkistan regions, Shymkent city.
The four-year period of exchange expired, and starting today, banks will not accept notes issued in 2006.
The plant manufactures 22 types of phosphorus products and supplies to 26 countries.
The senators are confident that this will help receive objective evidence.
MPs considered a bill on the support of the use of renewable energy sources and electricity.
Kazakhstan is more interested in rising oil prices than in increasing its production, economist Saparbai Zhobayev believes.
Kazakhstan plans to launch 380 investment projects worth five trillion tenge (US$11.6 billion) in the next five years.
China is ready to significantly increase the purchase of meat made in Kazakhstan.
The World Bank also highly appreciated the work of the Kazakh Government in strengthening government institutions.