A widening split in the global aviation industry over an unpopular European carbon tax may trigger a trade war.
Free trade zone treaty could be signed between the Customs Union (Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus) and New Zealand by the end of 2012.
Kazakhstan’s foreign trade with the Customs Union – Russia and Belarus – in January – November 2011 grew almost 40% against the like period of 2010.
In a separate statement Minister Kelimbetov told that the national GDP in January – October 2011 grew by 7.2% as compared to the like period of 2010.
Export contracts for over $10 million were signed after presentations of Kazakhstan's commodities in Azerbaijan on October 24-25: KAZNEX INVEST.
Earlier Tengrinews.kz reported that Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Economy Development and Trade had raised estimated 2011 exports to 76.3 billion, $17.2 billon up against the earlier estimate.
If we analyze trade relations among post-Soviet states, trade turnover of Kazakhstan with Russia and Belarus has grown twofold in 2010-2011: Kelimbetov.
According to the Majilis (lower chamber) Speaker, for the last decade the trade turnover between the two nations has grown twelvefold.
Among other things the sides dwelt on trade and economic ties, emphasizing that the trade turnover between the two nations has grown 12 times for the recent decade.
According to President Nazarbayev, the overall investment of South Korea to Kazakhstan stands at $3.8 billion.
Customs offices will be taken into account frequency of individuals’ trips: Vice Chairman of the Tax Committee.
China is planning to establish two free economic zones in Kashgar and Khorgos to boost trade turnover.
According to the President, it is crucial to retain state support to agriculture.
Foreign trade turnover for the period made up $36.5 billion: Agency for Statistics.
Chinese President Hu Jintao is arriving in Astana June 12. Among other things the Chinese leader is to attend the 10th anniversary summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to be held in Astana June 15.
The sides discussed prospects of the bilateral trade and economic cooperation between the two nations.
President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich said that he is happy with positive tendencies in the trade-economic partnership with Kazakhstan.
Exports for the period grew by 36%, with imports growing by 26%.
Kazakhstan’s external trade turnover in 2010 grew by ¼ as compared to 2009, reaching $89 billion.
The number of enterprises with Russian capital has grown nearly 10% in Kazakhstan for the last year: Finance Ministry Tax Committee.
- European Union
- carbon tax
- Customs Union
- New Zealand
- Common Economic Space
- South Korea
- Nursultan Nazarbayev