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There can’t have been any leaks as we only made the decision yesterday after the Stock Exchange trades were over: Kairat Kelimbetov.
Kazakhstan’s Finance Ministry views Bitcoin as a threat to the country’s banks.
Kazakhstan Central Bank is negotiating with second-tier banks to reduce the NPLs figure down to 15% by January 1, 2015 from the current 35.8%.
The share of tenge-denominated deposits decreased from 70.2% back in December 2012 to 62.6% in December 2013.
Prices can go up pushed by high expectations of the currency devaluation. Let’s not hurry: Kairat Kelimbetov.
Kairat Kelimbetov, Governor of Kazakhstan's central bank, says that the economic model of Kazakhstan has proved its consistency every time.
Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev instructed the Government late January to merge all the pension funds into a single government-owned entity.
The compound of the Single Pension Fund’s Managing Board is subject to Kazakhstan President’s approval. It is to include reps of the Government, Central Bank, financial market players as well as independent experts.
The issue has nothing to do with devaluation. The new note is being issued to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Tenge, Kazakhstan’s national currency: Gregory Marchenko.
According to him, the Government and the Parliament will be responsible for any final decisions.
Earlier Tengrinews.kz reported that Mr. Marchenko doesn’t support the World Bank’s suggestion on launching a single pension fund.
Global Finance magazine made a rating of the managers of Central Banks of 50 countries.
The external conditions for Kazakhstan, a commodity exporter, are extremely favorable: Gregory Marchenko.