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    May 4, 2018 // 0 Comments

    Central Asia has started to assert its interests and identity. European powers should seize the initiative and bolster these trends.   By Raffaello Pantucci, Director of ...read more

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17th May 2018 - Kazakh and U.S. government officials and business executives discussed the implementation of commercial agreements reached during President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s January 2018 official visit to the United States and increasing trade and investment cooperation during the Second Kazakhstan Competitiveness Forum yesterday. Kazakh First Deputy Prime Minister Askar Mamin briefed the gathering on the implementation of agreements reached during President Nazarbayev’s U.S. visit and Kazakh government measures to improve the country’s business environment. He also spoke about Kazakhstan’s modernisation, diversification and digitisation programmes. “This year has been very productive for both Kazakhstan and the United States. The successful visit of President Nazarbayev to the U.S. earlier this year marked a new stage in the relationship between our countries. It resulted in trade and investment agreements worth $7 billion… This success would not be possible without continuous efforts by the Government of Kazakhstan to improve our business climate,” he said.

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