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During the ceremony of announcing the results of the exit polls, President Nursultan Nazarbayev promised to work with renewed vigor in moving Kazakhstan to join the 30 most developed.
During his official visit to Astana, the Premier of the State Council of China Li Keqiang suggested to help Kazakhstan with development of its infrastructure.
Lebanese politician and former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora named Kazakhstan a prime example for other Muslim countries in his letter to President Nazarbayev.
Professor Robin Matthews of the Kingston Business School predicts that Kazakhstan will be among the Top 30 most developed countries by 2025.
Kazakhstan will enter the list of competitive countries if the per capita GDP reaches $60 thousand.
Developing countries, led by China, will remain the main engines of global economic growth in 2013 as Europe and the United States plod along.
Rich nations and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation said they had pledged more than 2.6 billion dollars towards family planning in developing countries at a summit in London.
Ernst & Young released the Development forecast for fast growing markets.
Participants of St. Petersburg International Economic Forum talked about the future of developing economies.
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