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Kenes Rakishev joins Kazakhstan Engineering board 17 марта 2014, 19:37

Kazakhstan businessman Kenes Rakishev has became a member of the Board of Directors of Kazakhstan Engineering National Company.
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Kazakhstan Engineering National Company. Photo courtesy of ke.kz Kazakhstan Engineering National Company. Photo courtesy of ke.kz
Kazakhstan businessman Kenes Rakishev has become a member of the Board of Directors of Kazakhstan Engineering National Company, Tengrinews reports citing the press-service of the company. The order of the changes in the board has already been singed by Kazakhstan's Defence Minister Adilbek Jaksybekov. "There are nine members in the company’s Board. Independent directors Baiseit Bakhytbek, Makhat Rashit and Kenes Rakishev are the newly selected members," the press-service reported. Before the new order the company had two independent directors - Yugeny Kazeyev and Kanysh Aybakirov. Both of them were replaced. Kazakhstan Engineering became part of Samruk-Kazyna group in 2006 and is managed by the Kazakhstan Defense Ministry since 2010. It specialized in engineering production for oil and gas, railway, agricultural, heat and power industries and on maintenance and modernization of military equipment. The Astana-based company has 27 subsidiaries located throughout Kazakhstan.


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