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Kazakhstan to purchase embassy building in Paris

At the Parliament meeting the amendments to the 2014 budget included increase of expenses on a number of state programs.

Kazakhstan to purchase embassy building in Paris
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Almaty budget overhaul: Yesimov

The Akim (Mayor) of Almaty Akhmetzhan Yesimov talked about overhauling the city budget due to devaluation of tenge.

Almaty budget overhaul: Yesimov
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Kyrgyzstan sells seized Kazakhstan jades for $2 million

Kyrgyzstan has replenished its budget with $1.9 million at the account of Kazakhstan's greenstones.

Kyrgyzstan sells seized Kazakhstan jades for $2 million
France saves 1bn euros on health insurance spending
France saves 1bn euros on health insurance spending

At a time of deep austerityacross Europe, France has managed to spend one billion euros ($1.4 billion) less than expected on health insurance last year.

France saves 1bn euros on health insurance spending
U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD). ©Reuters/Jim Young
US Congress unveils $1 trillion spending bill

Negotiators from the US Senate and House of Representatives unveiled a $1 trillion spending bill late Monday, eliminating the threat of another government shutdown, at least until October.

US Congress unveils $1 trillion spending bill
Obama signs defense, budget bills into law
Obama signs defense, budget bills into law

President Barack Obama signed into law Thursday the compromise US budget bill recently negotiated by feuding lawmakers and a massive defense measure that takes a step toward ultimate closure of Guantanamo.

Obama signs defense, budget bills into law
Japan OKs record budget, sees deflation threat recede
Japan OKs record budget, sees deflation threat recede

Japan approved its biggest ever budget Tuesday, as an improving economy and a sales tax hike made room for more defence spending and the first step towards achieving a balanced budget.

Japan OKs record budget, sees deflation threat recede
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Kazakhstan's GDP grows 6% in 11 months

Kazakhstan's GDP has grown 6% in real terms during the period from January to November 2013: Statistics Agency.

Kazakhstan's GDP grows 6% in 11 months
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Living wage to be raised in Kazakhstan in 2017

After the controversy around the minimum living wage is Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Population Tamara Duisenova promised to raise the living wage in 2017.

Living wage to be raised in Kazakhstan in 2017
N.American moviegoers devour 'Hunger Games' sequel
N.American moviegoers devour 'Hunger Games' sequel

"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" took in $161.1 million at the North American box office this weekend in one of the biggest movie debuts ever, industry estimates showed Sunday.

N.American moviegoers devour 'Hunger Games' sequel
Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos talks to European Union Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn (R). ©Reuters/Francois Lenoir
Eurozone warns Spain, Italy to deliver on commitments

The eurozone Friday warned five countries led by Spain and Italy to deliver on promises to hit deficit and debt targets in national spending plans next year.

Eurozone warns Spain, Italy to deliver on commitments
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Suspension at Kashagan won't affect Kazakhstan's 2013 budget

Production from the Kashagan oilfield was not taken into consideration when the 2013 Kazakhstan state budget was made, so it will not affect the planned budget revenues.

Suspension at Kashagan won't affect Kazakhstan's 2013 budget
US shutdown cost $2.0 billion in lost govt output
US shutdown cost $2.0 billion in lost govt output

The 16-day US government shutdown cost 6.6 million in lost workdays for furloughed federal workers, amounting to $2.0 billion in lost productivity, the White House said Thursday in a report.

US shutdown cost $2.0 billion in lost govt output
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Kazakhstan's 3-year budget based on $90 per barrel oil price

Kazakhstan has based its new 3-year budget on the oil price of $90 per barrel.

Kazakhstan's 3-year budget based on $90 per barrel oil price
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Oil-rich Kuwait warns welfare state unsustainable

Oil-rich Kuwait said Monday that the generous cradle-to-grave welfare system provided to its 1.2 million citizens was "unsustainable" and it was time for change.

Oil-rich Kuwait warns welfare state unsustainable
US lawmakers split despite October 17 debt deadline
US lawmakers split despite October 17 debt deadline

The United States is still facing a potentially devastating sovereign debt default, after senators failed to agree on terms to reopen the federal government and raise the country's borrowing limit.

US lawmakers split despite October 17 debt deadline
G20 seeks 'urgent action' from US on budget impasse
G20 seeks 'urgent action' from US on budget impasse

Finance chiefs of the G20 on Friday called for Washington to quickly resolve the political paralysis over its budget and debt ceiling.

G20 seeks 'urgent action' from US on budget impasse
US political deadlock threatens world economy: OECD
US political deadlock threatens world economy: OECD

Failure to raise the US borrowing ceiling due to political deadlock could force most of the leading industrial democracies into recession.

US political deadlock threatens world economy: OECD
US military braces for full effect of shutdown
US military braces for full effect of shutdown

The US government shutdown had no drastic effect on the military Tuesday but if it remains in place everything from ship repairs to combat training will be disrupted.

US military braces for full effect of shutdown
US economy faces hefty hit if government shuts down
US economy faces hefty hit if government shuts down

A US government shutdown would hit an economy struggling to sustain its post-crisis rebound, but experts say the impact will only be substantial if Washington's political paralysis lasts several weeks.

US economy faces hefty hit if government shuts down