A Bureau for Continuing Professional Development has been established at the financial institution.
The export volume of processed products amounted to US$5 billion.
The 12th WTO Ministerial Conference is set to be held in Nur-Sultan from June 8th to 11th 2020.
Kazakhstan proved to be a country which offers favorable investment climate.
Last year, trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Belarus totaled more than US$690 million.
Experts said that Kazakhstan’s Islamic finance experience is being explored throughout Central Asia.
Today more than 200 companies work in the international financial center.
The first case went to AIFC court in February of this year.
The greatest interest is in mining and manufacturing industries, trade, finance and transport.
Foreigners enjoy Kazakhstan’s organic juices, jam and marshmallow made of apples.
Favorable business climate and political stability are the key factors to attract foreign investors.
Nearly 100 people attended the lectures by international financial institutions.
The total volume of transit cargo that passed through the country last year exceeded 19 million tons.
The Barayev Research and Production Center of grain farming started collaborating with the American company.
The company produces up to 1,000 camel milk ice creams per day.
The agreement ensures lowering of import duties on both sides.
According to the report, the doing business has become more comfortable in all regions of Kazakhstan.
Japanese delegation will soon arrive in Kazakhstan to study the country's investment climate.
India remains one of the key trade, economic and investment partners of Kazakhstan in South Asia.
It will bring together all solar industry stakeholders, investors, financial and research institutions, government agencies.