Businesses around the world are looking for new marketing strategies in the new conditions.
In 2019, export of Kazakhstan’s agricultural products significantly grew - by 50.5 percent to China.
COVID-19 pandemic has not led to a significant destabilization of the global food markets.
The enterprises that manufacture agricultural machinery performed well.
The minister added that the most dynamically developing industry is the automotive industry.
Atyrau river port received equipment for domestic oil producing and oilfield service companies.
The economy of Almaty fell by 9.2 percent due to the nationwide state of emergency and the coronavirus quarantine measures.
Commercial property owners in Kazakhstan are losing their tenants due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A plenary session of the Mazhilis, the Lower House of the Kazakh Parliament, discussed today, May 27.
Currently, the issue of attracting investors to the project and purchasing the necessary equipment is being considered.
Enterprises can impose downtime during quarantine, which does not mean that employees will be left unpaid.
The manufacturing sector of China shows positive dynamics of business activities.
In particular, up to 50 percent of the cost of the purchase of fertilizers and pesticides is subsidized from the budget.
The Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture plans to increase the beef export to US$370 million.
By now, the banks of Kazakhstan granted loans to the 1,116 small and medium-sized enterprises.
According to the Kazakh Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan intends to introduce a number of projects.
Kazakhstan has launched a project “Kasipker ana” (mother entrepreneur) to teach housewives to do business.
The document clearly outlines the regulations for the information exchange on th control over the turnover of goods.
The number of small active companies has increased in Kazakhstan.
The farm in Oskemen is increasing the volumes of honey production. The farm already bought 900 bee families.