Foreign entrepreneurs see great opportunities in Southern Kazakhstan.
In the first eight months of 2018, the trade turnover between the countries totaled over US$33 million.
Bilateral trade between the countries totaled over US$ 400 million in the first nine months of this year.
Leaders of the ‘Khorgos-Eastern Gates’ special economic zone and the Busan Seaport agreed on the logistics route.
Leading world experts decided how the new Silk Road could contribute to the development of economies.
A number of agreements and memorandums were signed in Berlin during the Kazakh-German Business Council meeting.
An industrial cluster for the processing of agricultural products will be created in the next five years in the North Kazakhstan
The Government is set to strengthen agricultural development by introducing modern technologies and providing support to farmers
Kazakh specialists provided information on the AIFC’s regulatory framework which is based on the best international practices
13 projects worth 1.4 trillion tenge funded by foreign investments are being implemented in the region
In five months of its operation, the center attracted 88 companies from various countries
Reserves of Nurzhanov, Uaz Severnyi and Bukhar-Sai reach nearly 2.5 million tonnes
Hungarian representatives say that Astana is the main partner of Budapest among the Commonwealth of Independent States
Over these years, the countries have been cooperating in sectors, such as agriculture, energy, education, mechanical engineering
Kazakhstan is the largest grain exporter and experts claim that the country could extract biomass from the grains
Representatives of the EEU and Egypt signed a corresponding document, in which they set goals and principles of joint work
The Arabian Peninsula state regards Kazakhstan as its important Central Asian partner.
In the first nine months of this year, the trade turnover is estimated at over US$2 billion
The main goal of agricultural producers is to increase export by 2.5 times
Today the country is exporting raw materials to China, the United States, France, India and Canada