Russian energy giant Gazprom on Tuesday announced it was raising the price of gas exports to Ukraine by more than a third, scrapping a previous discount amid mounting strains between the two countries.
Japan on Tuesday lifted a self-imposed ban on weapons exports, introducing new rules covering the arms trade in a move supporters say will boost Tokyo's global role, but which could unnerve China.
KazTransOil will increase oil pumping tariffs on exported oil starting from April.
Russia imported 571.7 thousand tons of wheat via railway from Kazakhstan from July 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014 that is 35.8% more than last agricultural year.
Amid adjustments of microeconomic indicators for the year 2014 the Kazakhstan Government has revised its budget.
Export duty rate for crude is to be raised from $60 to $80 per ton starting from April 1, 2014.
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye unveiled Tuesday a three-year plan to rebalance the export-reliant economy, investing $3.7 billion on start-ups, boosting domestic spending and getting more young people and women in the workforce.
Kazakhstan has exported more than 5 million tons of grain since the beginning of the marketing year.
The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) is going to invest into 4 new projects in Kazakhstan in 2014.
3D/4D ultrasonography devices are now being produced in Shymkent in southern Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan will cooperate with Vietnam in oil and gas.
Iranian Deputy Minister Valiola Afkhami visited Astana to meet with his Kazakhstani counterpart at the 3rd sitting of the Kazakh-Iranian Working Group on Trade and Economic Cooperation.
The Ministry of Industry and New Technologies of Kazakhstan is trying to dissuade the Government from closing Special Economic Zones.
Global coconut oil supplies will likely fall next year, an industry official said Friday, after the killer typhoon that struck leading exporter the Philippines last month destroyed millions of trees used to produce the commodity.
In November Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, Kazakhstan national railway company, has transported more than 1 million tons of newly harvested grain
President Nazarbayev urges Russian and Kazakh businessmen to learn to compete.
According to the country’s Agriculture Ministry, the harvesting campaign is complete in 97% of crop lands.
'Made in Kazakhstan' clothes has being presented in Moscow.
In 2014 Kazakhstan is expected to produce 83 million tons, with the figure to be brought up to 110 million tons in 2018.
Exports of finished goods almost doubled from $2.3 billion back in 2010 to $4.2 billion in 2012.
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