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Kazakh National Bank Governor reiterates tenge stability
Kairat Kelimbetov reassures the population of Kazakhstan of the stability of the tenge.
Marchenko names reasons behind insufficiency of pensions in Kazakhstan
The larger the pension savings pool is, the more investment tools are needed to secure a sufficiently high yield: Marchenko.
Almaty and Astana responsible for 30% of Kazakhstan’s pension deductions
Astana and Almaty residents transferred almost 100 billion tenge to pension funds in 7 months of 2013.
Pavlodar to spend 800 million tenge on green region
Pavlodar authorities are planning to make one of the densely populated regions of the city green and energy-efficient in the nearest two years.
In April 2013 Kazakhstan to launch education savings plans
Halyk Bank, Kazkommertsbank and Temir bank are among the first banks to participate in the state-run program.
Pension savings in Kazakhstan grew 20 percent in 2012
Savings in Kazakhstan's pension funds grew 20.1 percent and made 3.2 trillion tenge ($20.7 billion) in 2012.
Pension savings of Kazakhstan citizens to be consolidated in single pension fund by July 1
Creation of the single pension fund does not mean nationalizing of pension savings: the savings will still be owned by the citizens: Vice-PM of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan residents have almost $32 billion on bank deposits
A majority of the deposits is registered in Almaty: over 2.1 trillion tenge ($14 billion) or 45 percent of the total amount.
France's Hollande outlines sweeping new taxes for recovery
France's Socialist President Francois Hollande pledged 30 billion euros in new taxes and savings to balance the budget and fund a turnaround in two years, and rejected criticism of dragging his feet.
'Preferential shares' scandal ruins Spanish savers
The bank called them "preferential stakes", but Inocencio Merino would prefer to have avoided them.
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