Kazakhstan will export about 9.5 million tons of grains this year mainly to Central Asian countries
Hungary has invested US$200 million into the economy of Kazakhstan since the country gained independence in 1991.
The plant will assemble and manufacture components for eight models of the Korean brand.
Kazakhstan and China are booting mutually beneficial cooperation by strengthening ties in a variety of economic sectors.
The key to Kazakh-Chinese cooperation is the development of the countries’ trade and economic activities.
The country’s Nurly Zhol program and the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative have contributed to the transit development.
Kazakhstan is one of the leaders in terms of attracting foreign investments into the country in the Central Asia region.
The country has pledged to increase its investment value in the upcoming years.
A local goat’s milk manufacturing factory has invested 3 billion Tenge to expand its production of the dairy.
The turnover between the countries last year amounted to about US$4 billion.
The country is currently actively adopting the concept of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
International Center for Trade and Economic Cooperation will be built on the Kazakh-Uzbek border.
Kazakhstan is adopting South Korea’s experience in the management of e-Government systems.
The company presented water treatment equipment and a video camera to the orphanage as well as little gifts to the children.
Kazakhstan is maintaining its momentum of economic development.
The tourism industry is one of the priority areas in Kazakhstan’s economy.
One of the projects includes the construction of a broiler chicken factory.
Over the past five years, the trade value between both countries has reached a historical high of almost US$29 billion.
The two countries have recorded US$900 million in terms of trade value in 2018.
The industry is undergoing active development due to the new law on Subsoil and Subsoil Use.