Senator Lyazzat Kiinov said Kazakhstan had to invest into oil and gas exploration since the remaning natural reserves would soon be depleted.
Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Massimov said that energy security was one of the major challenges faced by the global community and that Kazakhstan was working hard to contribute to overcoming of this global issue.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang expressed China’s readiness to build plants in Kazakhstan during the meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation in Astana.
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.
Kazakhstan hosted a business forum with French collegues to discuss trade cooperation.
First Vice Minister of Energy Uzakbai Karabalin said that Kazakhstan would significantly increase gas production and, as a result, become self-sufficient.
Kazakhstan is ready to adopt the European construction standards or Eurocodes starting 2015.
Kazakhstan will start assembling drones in Astana in 2016.
Kazakhstan firm want to produce shoes and clothing together with Italy.
Crude oil in Kumkol, one of the major oil fields of Kyzylorda Oblast in Kazakhstan’s south, will be exhausted in the next 10-15 years.
Eduard Edokov, the head of the Independent Automobile Union of Kazakhstan, says that Kazakhstanis are not yet ready to transition to electromobiles both because of their mentality and the lack of infrastructure in the country.
A hazardous waste recycling plant worth $100 million will be built in Pavlodar in Kazakhstan’s north.
Kazakhstan's Kazakhmys Group has completed the restructuring process and has changed its name to KAZ Minerals Plc.
A plant processing discarded tires has opened in Kazakhstan's Uralsk.
According to him, for the recent 4 years the number of domestically produced cars has grown 10 times.
Kazakhstan's south is launching a special economic zone for chemical projects.
India's government has pledged to open up the coal mining industry to private players in the energy-starved country as Prime Minister steps up promised reforms.
Japan's industry minister could resign over claims she spent political donations on make-up.
Vinyl records are enjoying a "renaissance" in Britain, the music industry's trade body said.
Kazakhstan's first aircraft plant Sunkar has again failed on its promises. MVEN aircraft developer has filed a lawsuit.
- Central Asia
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Shanghai Cooperation Organization
- Small and middle-sized business
- developing countries
- Francois Hollande
- Kyzylorda Oblast
- Electric car
- West Kazakhstan Oblast
- South Korea
- Asia Pacific
- Great Britain