Kazakhstan and Ukraine have signed an agreement on cooperation in aviation.
Kazakhstan signed a memorandum on cooperation in manufacturing of cars with China.
Construction of a hazardous waste recycling plant is planned in Pavlodar.
The largest automobile manufacturer in Kazakhstan - AZIA AVTO - is building a new plant in Ust-Kamenogorsk, which is sure to consolidate the company's position as the domestic market leader.
Kazakhstan is expanding its car manufacturing industry, planning to increase yearly production to 190,000 cars by 2018.
Kazakhstan's first aircraft plant Sunkar has again failed on its promises. MVEN aircraft developer has filed a lawsuit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will urge the bosses of some of the world's biggest manufacturers to set up shop in India.
Zerde smartphone designed by Kazakhs from Urumqi, China may enter the international market.
Nomad SUVs manufactured in Kazakhstan will be exported to the Russian market through SsangYong Motor Company.
Kazakh-Chinese joint elevator plant has been unveiled in Astana, Kazakhstan's capital.
Kazakhstani car manufacturers blame Uzbek cars for hindering the development of the local car production.
Scandalously closed Silicium Kazakhstan plant will be reopened by the end of this summer.
Kazakhstan is ready to partake in collaborative defense companies to manufacture weapon and military equipment in the country.
President Nursultan Nazarbayev has unveiled a new KazChrome ferroalloy plant in Aktobe.
Production of Toyota Fortuner offroaders has been kick-started in Kostanay, in northern Kazakhstan.
Alstom Transport has signed a contract to supply 50 KZ8A freight locomotives produced in Astana-based Elektrovoz Kurastyru Zauitty to Azerbaijan Railways.
Rakhat, a major Kazakhstani confectionary company, plans to expand into foreign markets.
A nearly two-week strike at a huge shoe factory in southern China appears to have ended after the Taiwan-backed company agreed to meet some of the workers' demands, including raising their living allowance and benefit payments.
Employees of the Ekibastuz-based PromMashKomplekt plant can lose their jobs.
In 2013 the company's output of rolling stock was worth $1.3 billion, 20 times of amount of 2008.