The 4th Almaty Marathon will raise money to help an orphanage build a recreation ground for children with speech disorders.
Experts share their views on the possible implications of devaluation of the tenge for Kazakhstani banks.
Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is cutting its spendings on costly trips abroad amid the current global economic crisis.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has called well-to-do citizens to use the chance of legalizing their property and money and bring their capitals back to Kazakhstan.
CEO of Samruk Kazyna National Wealth Fund Umirzak Shukeyev has spoken about the wages of the foreigners employed at the Fund.
ArcelorMittal Temirtau will pay the remaining 25 percent of the workers' wages before February 17.
Kazakhstan's businessman Kenes Rakishev has become one of the investors of a $102 million venture capital fund.
Securities of 22 companies held by the Single Pension Fund of Kazakhstan now cost four times less then their nominal value.
Despite the drop in oil prices, Kazakhstan’s National Fund continues to grow.
The Central Bank of Kazakhstan has issued a new 1000 tenge bill.
The Pacific nation of Niue has released new coins with images of Disney characters on one side and Queen Elizabeth II on the other.
Amidst sanctions standoff between the West and Russia, Kazakhstan is concerned with the lack of its own payment system. Experts comment on possibilities and limitations in introducing such a system.
The ongoing campaign of legalization of property and capital in Kazakhstan has already revealed seven new millionaires.
Norwegian Oslo has withdrawn its bid to host 2022 Winter Olympics leaving Kazakhstan's Almaty and Chinese Beijing as the only contenders in the race.
According to Mr. Marchenko, member states of the Customs Union are excessively dependent on foreign payment systems, with introduction of e-currencies by large Western corporations posing a threat to the national security.
EXPO-2017 that will take place in Astana from June 10 to September 10, 2017 is expected to bring more than 280 million euro in profit to Kazakhstan.
A third of the surveyed Kazakhstanis do no believe in the effectiveness of combating corruption in Kazakhstan.
Kazakh anti-corruption project STOPKylmys (StopCorruption) initiated by the youth wings of Zhas Otan and Nur Otan political parties reported the results of an anonymous survey among Kazakhstani students.
Kazakhstan's National Bank has enlarged the Tenge to US Dollar pegged corridor from 6 tenge to 18 tenge.
Kazakhstani tennis player Zarina Diyas has earned over $500 thousand this year.
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