Kazakhstan’s GDP growth in 2019 has exceeded the expected level, rising above four percent.
China's Belt and Road Initiative will contribute to the economic growth of Central Asian countries.
The coordination plan on a single financial assistance for member countries is planned to be completed by 2025.
Negotiations on the launch of flights continue.
The gross regional product has grown 4.2 percent in the first 11 months of this year and amounted to 2.7 trillion Tenge.
The country used investments as loans and technical assistance grants.
This year, nearly 450 organizations submitted their application to take part in the competition.
Results of social and economic development, as well as the state budget, were summarized by the Government.
The Roadmap is designed until 2021.
Kazakhstan earned more than US$63 million on exporting chocolate and confectionery this year.
There are 1,100 joint Kazakh-Kyrgyz enterprises to date.
More than 280,000 tons of wheat were harvested this year even during the drought season.
The industry's revenue is 142 billion tenge.
In total, over the next two years, 52 projects are planned as part of the roadmap for the development of the light industry.
According to the World Bank, the loan for the project will be up to US$500 million.
More than 200 business people, as well as foreign and national companies, took part in the forum.
Cooperation in ten areas and implementation of 58 projects are planned as part of the program.
The two countries plan to implement 40 industrial projects worth US$ 7.2 billion which will cover all areas.
Meanwhile, products from wineries in Kazakhstan are recognized in European countries and Russia.