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The President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev and Almazbek Atambayev, President of Kyrgyzstan, have opened the customs border between the two countries.
Kazakhstan has introduced restrictions on parcels, setting weight and cost limits for customs control.
Media reports suggest that Kazakhstan may resort to restricting Russian imports due to the pressure its domestic market from the significantly cheaper products offered by its Northern neighbour.
Kazakhstani enterprises find themselves under increasing pressure with cheap products being imported from Russia. Some are calling for customs duties on the border between the Kazakhstan and Russia to be reintroduced.
Cheap gas from Russia can put a stop to the work of Kazakhstan’s oil refineries.
Tunisia has sent a request for joining the Customs Union.
Central Bank of Russia has restricted transactions involving Kazakhstani suppliers to prevent money laundering and tax evasion.
The largest economic union in the CIS since the fall of the USSR has entered into force.
According to him, The legislation framework of the Customs Union enables its member states to take concerted actions in response to economic pressure exerted on any of the member states by a third party.
The Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan may ban E912 food additive that makes fruits look shinier and keeps them fresh longer.
The agreement is to be signed at the sitting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Union with Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev among those in attendance.
Kazakhstan has only three oil refineries, which are not only few but also outdated.
The Russian president signed an agreement deepening military cooperation between Kazakhstan and Russia.
EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy suggested in Ukraine expanding cooperation with the Customs Union of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus.
Kazakhstan is thinking of a number of investment projects involving the Iranian side in Kyzylorda oblast: plans are afoot to launch a glass making facility, a facility to produce alumina, and a leach plant in Karaganda oblast: President Nazarbayev.
Last week Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev made a statement on the country's right to leave the Eurasian Economic Union should the interests of the country be jeopardized.
President of Kazakhstan said the country was facing quite a few problems but was prepared to address various scenarios.
20 Kazakhstan enterprises are ready to export goods to Russia.
Kazakhstan’s trade turnover with the other Customs Union member states stands at 15% of the country’s overall foreign trade.
Exports from Kazakhstan to the countries of the Customs Union declined in 2013. Sara Alpysbayev presents her explanation to the situation.
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