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Renewable energy sources grew at record pace in 2015: study
Renewable energy sources grew at record pace in 2015: study

Developing countries spent more on renewable power than rich ones for the first time last year.

Renewable energy sources grew at record pace in 2015: study
Kazakh Central Bank governor Daniyar Akishev ©Bloomberg.com
Kazakh central bank governor shares de-dollarization plans

The Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan Daniyar Akishev commented on the plan to de-dollarize the Kazakh economy.

Kazakh central bank governor shares de-dollarization plans
©Turar Kazangapov
Kazakhstan National Bank raises base interest rate to 16%

The National Bank of Kazakhstan has revised the base interest rate raising from 12 to 16 percent in order to curb inflation in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan National Bank raises base interest rate to 16%
©Turar Kazangapov
Seven steps advised to Kazakhstan government after devaluation of national currency

National Fund for Development of Financial Services presented a seven-step plan for Kazakh government to implement amid tenge depreciation.

Seven steps advised to Kazakhstan government after devaluation of national currency
©Turar Kazangapov
Nazarbayev explains reasons for switching to floating exchange rate

Nazarbayev has elaborated on the reasons behind Kazakhstan's decision to send its tenge floating.

Nazarbayev explains reasons for switching to floating exchange rate
©REUTERS
Experts comment on Kazakhstan's decision to abandon control of tenge

Kazakh and foreign experts have commented on the recent decision of Kazakhstan to stop defending its tenge and send it floating.

Experts comment on Kazakhstan's decision to abandon control of tenge
Photo courtesy of gu-unpk.ru.
Making sense of Kazakhstan's decision to float tenge

Kazakhstan tenge plunged to its record low after the country floated it, renouncing the set corridor and adopting inflation targeting.

Making sense of Kazakhstan's decision to float tenge
Kairat Kelimbetov. Photo courtesy of primeminister.kz
Kazakh Central Bank Governor speaks tenge liquidity and de-dollarization

Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan Kairat Kelimbetov speaks about the state of the financial market in Kazakhstan and what the government will do about it.

Kazakh Central Bank Governor speaks tenge liquidity and de-dollarization
Photo courtesy of bnews.kz.
Nazarbayev sums up first five years of Kazakhstan's industrialization program

Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev has summarized the first five years of Kazakhstan's industrialisation program.

Nazarbayev sums up first five years of Kazakhstan's industrialization program
Photo courtesy of akipress.com
Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan - primary interests for US in Central Asia

Prominent Kazakh political scientist Dosym Satpayev speaks of the interests the United States has in Central Asia.

Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan - primary interests for US in Central Asia
©Turar Kazangapov
Kazakhstan President's unexpected State of the Nation Address

Presidet of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has unexpectedly presented his State of the Nation Address for the year 2015. Global economic and geopolitical challenges as well as internal interethnic unity are the key elements of the address. New Economic Policy 'Nurly Zhol' was announced to help the country overcome difficulties in the next five years.

Kazakhstan President's unexpected State of the Nation Address
Photo courtesy of ru.tsn.ua
Kazakhstan's domestic debt up $2.5 billion in one day

Kazakhstan's debt on government securities has grown by $2.5 billion in just one day.

Kazakhstan's domestic debt up $2.5 billion in one day
Tengrinews file photo
Communists in Kazakhstan slam decision to abandon construction of oil refinery

The People's Communist Party has tagged the decision to abandon construction of the 4th oil refinery in Kazakhstan ill judged and said problems had to be solved by the government not shifted to the shoulders of the citizens.

Communists in Kazakhstan slam decision to abandon construction of oil refinery
©Nurgisa Yeleubekov
$2.5 billion adds to Kazakhstan's external debt

Two government euroissues add to Kazakhstan's external debt. The move comes as a response to budget deficit.

$2.5 billion adds to Kazakhstan's external debt
IMF urges Zimbabwe to clarify foreign investment law
IMF urges Zimbabwe to clarify foreign investment law

The International Monetary Fund urged Zimbabwe to clarify its controversial policies that bar foreign companies from holding stakes in local enterprises.

IMF urges Zimbabwe to clarify foreign investment law
©Yaroslav Radlovsky
Kazakhstan expands Tenge to US Dollar exchange rate corridor

Kazakhstan's National Bank has enlarged the Tenge to US Dollar pegged corridor from 6 tenge to 18 tenge.

Kazakhstan expands Tenge to US Dollar exchange rate corridor
Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and Mohamed Sheikh Biadillah. Photo of Press Office of Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan and Morocco discuss cooperation

Senate Speaker Kassym-Jomart Tokayev meet Morocco delagation to discuss prospects of cooperation between Kazakhstan and Morocco.

Kazakhstan and Morocco discuss cooperation
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott. ©Reuters/Dinuka Liyanawatte
Australia asylum policy 'draconian': rights group

Australia has damaged its human rights record by persistently undercutting refugee protections, including a "draconian" policy to send asylum-seekers to Pacific island camps.

Australia asylum policy 'draconian': rights group
The Great Hall of the People, where the Chinese Communist Party plenum is being held, is seen behinds red flags in Tiananmen square in Beijing. ©Reuters/Kim Kyung-Hoon
China's reform pledges: the main points

China's Communist Party leaders this week emerged from a closed-door meeting in Beijing bearing a raft of promises on issues from the controversial one-child policy to the scope of the death penalty.

China's reform pledges: the main points
US report says little progress on China rights
US report says little progress on China rights

A US government commission said Thursday that China's human rights record has not improved under the country's new leadership and raised concerns on issues from minority rights to forced abortion.

US report says little progress on China rights