IMD ranked Kazakhstan 32nd in the World Competitiveness Yearbook-2012.
Air Astana won the Best Central Asian and Indian Airline award at Farnborough International Airshow.
The rating helped form an objective picture of the existing priorities in Kazakhstan’s foreign policies.
Moody’s International rating agency assigned Astana a positive issuer rating of Baa3 with stable outlook.
The reasons behind such a low ranking are low level of language proficiency and poor management of education institutions of all levels.
KPMG audit company has ranked Kazakhstan #5 in the Change Readiness Index.
Kazakhstan Astana cycling team is still ranked 13th in the International Cycling Union (UCI) rating.
Columbian University experts have made a list of the happiest countries.
Russia has moved up in the annual Information Technologies Development rating by World Economic Forum (WEF) experts.
Kazakhstan figure skater Denis Ten is ranked 16th in International Skating Union (ISU) rating as of April 1, 2012.
The best Kazakhstan tennis professionals Kseniya Pervak and Mikhail Kukushkin have improved their ranking in the WTA and ATP ratings.
Seven Wonders company has published the first results of seven marvelous world cities competition.
Kazakhstan Astana cycling team is still ranked eighth in the International Cycling Union (UCI) rating.
Kazakhstan tennis professionals Kseniya Pervak, Galina Voskoboyeva and Yaroslava Shvedova improved their positions in the WTA rating.
Kazakhstan is ranked 33rd in the Gender Equity Index 2012.
Astana did not get into the rating of the most competitive cities of the world, while Almaty was ranked 100th out of 120 cities.
Kazakhstan is ranked 68th of 185 countries in the UN Human Development Index.
Kazakhstan is at the fourth place among CIS countries by the number of Muslims among its population.
Kazakhstan tennis professional Mikhail Kukushkin has moved three lines up in the updated Association of Tennis Professionals rating.
Kazakhstan has improved its positions in the UN e-Government Survey: Karim Massimov.
- Central Asia
- Air Astana
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Asia Pacific
- United Nations
- Middle East & Africa
- Denis Ten
- Kseniya Pervak