25 november 2016, 15:12New abnormal snowfalls expected in Kazakhstan
21 november 2016, 14:12Kazakhstan expects warming - Kazhydromet
20 november 2016, 17:05Akimat: the snowfall in Almaty is unprecedented
13 october 2011, 12:58My son’s purchase of the Russian oil refinery has nothing to do with politics: KazAtomProm Head Vladimir Shkolnik
12 october 2011, 17:30Rumors of currency devaluation born in beauty parlors and taxis: Gregory Marchenko, Governor of the National Bank
12 october 2011, 16:53Kazakhstan welcomes international control over its would-be nuclear power plant
12 october 2011, 15:47IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano is facilitating Kazakhstan’s accession into the IAEA Board of Governors
12 october 2011, 15:14IAEA considering Kazakhstan’s suggestion to host a bank of low-enriched uranium
12 october 2011, 14:50Kazakhstan among nations planning to construct a nuclear power station: President Nazarbayev
12 october 2011, 01:40Kazakhstan and Japan to strenghthen uranium cooperation
12 october 2011, 00:54President Nazarbayev met Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjørn Jagland
11 october 2011, 23:54KazMunayGas O&G Company ex head Kairgeldy Kabyldin appointed head of KazTransOil
11 october 2011, 13:03US Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman in Kazakhstan
11 october 2011, 12:19PM Massimov meets Carlos M. Gutierrez, Vice Chairman of the Institutional Clients Group, Citigroup
11 october 2011, 09:33Agriculture Minister Assylzhan Mamytbekov against a single exporter of grain to global markets
10 october 2011, 12:10Grain harvest (net weight) estimated at 22-23 million tons: Agriculture Minister
09 october 2011, 23:10January – September net gold and currency reserves figures announced
09 october 2011, 21:49Kazakhstan lifts ban on launches of Russia’s intercontinental ballistic missiles
09 october 2011, 21:24Kazakhstan considering introduction of mobile number portability
07 october 2011, 15:10Kazakhstan already harvested 90% of grain
06 october 2011, 16:05Kazakhstan Government to curb price for bread: Minister of Economic Development
06 october 2011, 15:55Development of Imashevskoye condensed gas field in the Caspian offshore delayed on Russia’s side
06 october 2011, 15:09CPC to transport 32 million tons of oil in 2011
05 october 2011, 23:29Kazakhstan is ready to pay $700 million - 1.1 billion for a stake in Karachaganak
05 october 2011, 21:03Imams of Kazakhstan sit for an obligatory test
05 october 2011, 19:23President of Kazakhstan has no personal blogs in social networks: official statement
05 october 2011, 16:55Head of National Railways Operator reported to President Nazarbayev on the Company’s performance
05 october 2011, 16:08Akchulakov appointed new head of KazMunaiGas
05 october 2011, 13:31KazAtomProm hopes to remain relatively intact through the forecasted downturn of the global uranium markets
05 october 2011, 12:57Kazakhstan may boost uranium production to 30,000 tons a year
05 october 2011, 12:20LG Chem of South Korea chosen strategic partner to complete 2nd stage at Atyrau-based gas and chemistry complex
05 october 2011, 11:49Nuclear power plants to emerge in Kazakhstan within a decade
05 october 2011, 11:36Alternative energy sources to produce 3% of consumed power by 2020
04 october 2011, 13:30Kazakhstan was late to start modernizing its oil refineries: Minister of Oil and Gas Sauat Mynbayev
04 october 2011, 12:22Prospects of the 2nd stage of Kashagan development still uncertain: Minister of Oil and Gas
04 october 2011, 11:48Kazakhstan to develop nuclear industry: PM Karim Massimov
04 october 2011, 00:42Kazakh-Russian project to construct the Baiterek space launch complex 1.5 years behind the schedule
04 october 2011, 00:11Kazakhstan ready for a new wave of financial crisis
03 october 2011, 23:26Foreign Minister Erzhan Kazykhanov to pay a working visit to Tehran October 8-9
03 october 2011, 23:08MyPaykz, a new mobile payments service, is launched in Kazakhstan
03 october 2011, 14:26Prices for housing in Kazakhstan grew by 20-25% in the H1 2011
03 october 2011, 13:47Kazakhstan may offer special tax regime for foreign investors injecting $500 million
03 october 2011, 12:12FDI to slightly diminish in 2011 due to decreasing investments into Kashagan oilfield
01 october 2011, 23:25Supreme Mufti comments on religion law
30 september 2011, 14:41Ozon.ru, Russia’s Amazon.com look-alike, to launch dispatch service in Kazakhstan in November
29 september 2011, 16:38Chairman of Kazakhstan’s Agency for Religion on wearing hijabs
29 september 2011, 15:09KazAtomProm and Toshiba Corporation of Japan launch a JV to produce rare metals and rare earths
29 september 2011, 14:42Kazakhstan’s Senator suggests toughening migration policy with regards to China’s citizens
29 september 2011, 00:20Kyrgyzstan to supply 3.2 billion kilowatt-hours to Kazakhstan in 2012
28 september 2011, 23:35Uranium production output for the first 8 months announced
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