Recently Ernst & Young, one of the Big Four auditors, published a survey of investors’ opinions on Kazkahstan, wrote Kazkahstan’s PM Karim Massimov in his Twitter.
According to Ernst & Young, 81% of the investors believe their investments to Kazkahstan were a right decision. 76% of them consider the investments to be successful.
The number of investors believing that the investment climate in Kazkahstan has enhanced for the past 3 years is twice higher than the number of investors that find the investment climate detiorating.
According to 32% of the respondents, Kazakhstan is one of 3 most attractive CIS (post soviet) countries in terms of investments.
Among the barriers to business, the respondents named lack of infrastructure (19%), complicated administrative procedures (16%), political factors (8%) and corruption (7%).
Full Ernst & Young’s report (in Russian) can be found here at Ernst & Young website. Ernst & Young website.