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19.12.2014 17:39 Laws, Initiatives
Senator Lyazzat Kiinov said Kazakhstan had to invest into oil and gas exploration since the remaning natural reserves would soon be depleted.
10.11.2014 15:17 Finance
According to him, “unlike Russia, we enjoy a free access to the international markets (…) the Government has issued sovereign bonds worth $2.5 billion”.
07.08.2014 12:12 Finance
Kazakhstan’s international reserves, including the gold and FX reserves of the Central Bank and the assets of the National Oil Fund grew from $95.507 to $103.754 billion from January to July 2014.
15.06.2014 11:33 Environment
Kazakhstani natural parks Katon-Karagai and Akzhaik have been designated as Biosphere Reserves.
20.05.2014 19:37 Markets
Kazakhstan's geological exploration will focus on precious metals, especially gold, rare earth metals and copper.
23.03.2014 12:34 Finance
Amid adjustments of microeconomic indicators for the year 2014 the Kazakhstan Government has revised its budget.
26.11.2013 00:39 Markets
We only brought the figure in line with western systems of estimates: BP's Chief Economist Christof Ruhl.
18.07.2013 16:40 Markets
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke reiterated Wednesday that the Fed is nowhere close to raising interest rates, assuring markets that the US easy money tap would not soon dry up.
03.06.2013 19:31 Environment
Kazakhstan’s biosphere reserve Alakol lake has been entered into global network of biosphere reservations.
22.04.2013 18:48 Markets
Kazakhstan has uranium reserves for 60-70 years at maximum production level and 80-90 years at current production without replenishment.
29.01.2013 18:18 Markets
According to National Bank Vice Governor Bissengali Tadzhiyakov, the share of gold in the country’s gold and FX reserves stands at 22% at the moment.
26.12.2012 13:40 Companies
KazMunaiGas aims to become one of the world's top 30 oil and gas companies by 2022: Samruk-Kazyna Managing Director Malik Salimgereyev.
16.11.2012 14:13 Environment
Australia Friday created the world's largest network of marine reserves, protecting a huge swathe of ocean environment despite claims it will devastate the fishing industry.
24.07.2012 17:03 Politics
Our situation is worst with copper and polymetals: the proven reserves of non-ferrous metals will support the industry for another 10-15 years only: Issekeshev.
05.07.2012 18:39 Markets
China has started stockpiling rare earths for strategic reserves, a state-backed newspaper said Thursday, in a move which may raise more worries over Beijing's control of the coveted resources.
14.05.2012 10:59 Markets
Australia has enough gas reserves to maintain current production for almost 200 years, a report released Monday showed, supporting the nation's push to become a global exporter to rival Qatar.
15.03.2012 20:04 Markets
As of March 1, 2012 the Bank’s gold and currency reserves made up $35.352 billion, with the currency reserves standing at $30.072 billion.
02.03.2012 09:30 Markets
The figure may be increased from the current 5.3 to 17 billion tons through geological exploration works.
26.02.2012 17:38 Companies
Brazilian energy giant Petrobras announced Friday that it has found light oil in deep waters off the nation's coast in a block jointly exploited with foreign firms.
30.01.2012 16:54 Markets
Mining in southern Mongolia is threatening the livelihoods of herders and straining water supplies, a report said Monday, as foreign companies race to exploit the country's rich mineral deposits.
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