Reports on expenditures of the National Fund of Kazakhstan are to be published on the Internet to ensure transparency of the money use.
These are the funds to pay the fees to consultants for registering Kazakhstan's profile: Minister of Economy.
Nobel prize-winner Robert Mundell has once again suggested that a new global monetary and credit system should be established.
A taxi driver who endured a six-month lawsuit after overcharging a passenger by six US cents has finally had his name cleared by a Hong Kong court.
Kazakhstan financial police is suggesting to legally restrict withdrawal of cash by individuals and legal entities.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has been named Britain's wealthiest musician for a 25th year running in an annual "rich list" compiled by The Sunday Times newspaper.
Many saw it coming, but that didn't stop the Bitcoin bubble from bursting: after rising to dizzying heights, the digital currency suffered its first true crash this week.
Three key international lenders announced preliminary approval Monday for nearly $2 billion in loans to support a sweeping restructuring program for impoverished Jamaica.
The Philippines will ask the United States to pay 58 million pesos ($1.4 million) in compensation for damage caused by a US warship to a protected coral reef.
Chinese travellers are the world's biggest tourism spenders, splashing out a record $102 billion (78 billion euros) on trips abroad in 2012.
Jury selection begins Tuesday for a long-awaited trial in which Michael Jackson's mother is seeking billions of dollars from tour promoters she blames for her son's 2009 death.
Like many British teenagers, Nick D'Aloisio has a hole in the knee of his jeans and gets in trouble when his bedroom is untidy. Unlike most, the 17-year-old has just sold an app to Yahoo! for tens of millions of pounds.
Five people were jailed for more than 20 years in Britain on Monday for pretending to make a Hollywood blockbuster to secure millions of pounds in tax breaks from the government.
Cypriot politicians have until Monday to approve a "Plan B" bailout deal with the European Union and International Monetary Fund.
Australian billionaire Gina Rinehart offered her estranged daughter Hope Aus$300 million (US$306 million) in a bid to end a sordid feud over the family fortune.
Ex-ambassador of Kazakhstan Rakhat Aliyev must have laundered at least 113 million Euro via Austria.
A South Korean man who embezzled more than $4.0 million dollars and had plastic surgery to evade capture, has been arrested after a hostess bar spending spree in Seoul's upmarket Gangnam district.
5.4 billion tenge ($36 million) were spent to hold the Year of Culture events in 2012 in Almaty.
Kazakhstan Vice-PM Kelimbetov deflated the rumors that the government was planning to use the funds of the coming single pension fund to finance the EXPO.
German authorities are investigating Rakhat Aliyev over his purchase of Metallwerke Bender Rheinland GmbH mining company.
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Astana Economic Forum
- Hong Kong
- Asia Pacific
- Paul McCartney
- Great Britain
- United States
- World Bank
- Michael Jackson
- Rakhat Aliyev
- South Korea
- pension fund