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Tenge slides 100% in 5 months; what next for Kazakhstan?

Amid falling oil prices and tenge exchange rate fluctuations, experts are wary to predict Kazakhstan's future.

Tenge slides 100% in 5 months; what next for Kazakhstan?
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Kazakhstan’s President invites Japanese companies to partake in privatization of Kazakhstan companies

For the last 10 years the inflow of Japan’s FDI made up about $ 5 billion. The trade turnover between the two nations for the last 7 years totaled $10 billion.

Kazakhstan’s President invites Japanese companies to partake in privatization of Kazakhstan companies
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Kazakhstan mulling privatization of oil refineries

Oil production in Kazakhstan in 2014 stood at 73.7 million tons. The three Kazakhstan-based oil refineries produced a total of 3.02 million tons of petrol.

Kazakhstan mulling privatization of oil refineries
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Czech Republic ready to discuss visa free regime with Kazakhstan

The Czech Republic could become visa free for Kazakhstan

Czech Republic ready to discuss visa free regime with Kazakhstan
The Chairman of Board of Samruk-Kazyna Sovereign Wealth Fund Umirzak Shukeyev. ©pm.kz
80 Samruk-Kazyna companies may be privatized in 2014

Around 80 companies that are part of Kazakhstan's Samruk-Kazyna Sovereign Wealth Fund might be privatized in 2014.

80 Samruk-Kazyna companies may be privatized in 2014
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Kazakhstan wants to privatize public universities

The Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan is planning to privatize state-owned universities.

Kazakhstan wants to privatize public universities
Reasons for postponement of the People’s IPO Program

According to President Nazarbayev, the IPO for the general public will enable citizens to purchase shares of the largest Kazakh companies, giving them a new tool for investments and savings.

Reasons for postponement of the People’s IPO Program
New Greek government pins hopes on privatisations
New Greek government pins hopes on privatisations

Greece's new government formally takes office this week and looks set to push privatisation so as to win favour and funds from EU-IMF creditors who are inspecting the country's strained finances.

New Greek government pins hopes on privatisations

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