We will speak about this and much more with Chairperson of the Coalition for Green Economy and Development of G-Global.
World Bank pledges to make available US$160 billion in grants and financial support.
Dalenov said that manufacturing enterprises will be provided with concessional lending at no more than three percent IR.
Experts predict that this week the Kazakh national currency might strengthen even more.
Cost of the Brent crude for July delivery rose to US$33 per barrel for the first time since April 13.
The Environmental Code provides for the transition to using the best available technology.
A lot of the highway and road transportation has shifted to railways, even if land ports are slowly reopening.
The experts of the Asian Development Bank studied what can help to increase the share of the small and medium-sized enterprises.
A major hacker attack was committed to a government procurement portal in Kazakhstan.
The Ministries, as well as the Mayor’s and Governor’s Offices in Kazakhstan continue optimizing their expenses.
Kazakhstan’s GDP decreased by 0,2 percent. Changes can also be seen in the services sector.
In total, over 130 types of activities will be supported, which offered the production of more than 300 consumer goods.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) committed an additional US$500,000.
While all important offline events are cancelled, the business switches to the online format.
The international techno-park of IT startups ‘Astana Hub’ is launching an online school for investors.
Oil prices are sliding again due to the lack of sufficient market demand.
According to the data, to date, nearly 5.3 million citizens and about 26,200 SME are in arrears to second-tier banks.
The Kazakh President will receive additional powers for the period of the state of emergency in Kazakhstan.
The current crisis caused by coronavirus pandemic has a major negative impact on the national business.
The Deputy Mayor also spoke about flights between Nur-Sultan and Almaty that will start on May 1.