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Keep calm and drink tea, Kazakhstan spends millions to import it
Keep calm and drink tea, Kazakhstan spends millions to import it

Kazakhstan is steadily increasing its import of tea, which reached 32,000 tons worth $147 million in 2013 alone.

Keep calm and drink tea, Kazakhstan spends millions to import it
Illustration  ©tengrinews
Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister visits France

Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov has arrived in France.

Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister visits France
©Roza Yesenkulova
Trade centers being constructed in place of Almaty's flea market

Construction of modern trade centers has begun in place of the demolished Almaty flea markets known as Barakholka located in the outskirts of the city.

Trade centers being constructed in place of Almaty's flea market
During the Summit of the Turkic Council ©akorda.kz
Nazarbayev meets with Turkic leaders

Kazakhstan president Nursultan Nazarbayev has attended the Fourth Summit of the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States in the Turkish city of Bodrum.

Nazarbayev meets with Turkic leaders
Putin to seal new post-Soviet union with Belarus, Kazakhstan
Putin to seal new post-Soviet union with Belarus, Kazakhstan

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday arrived in the Kazakh capital where he was set to sign a deal with his Kazakh and Belarussian counterparts creating a new economic union championed by Moscow.

Putin to seal new post-Soviet union with Belarus, Kazakhstan
©tengrinews.kz
Kazakhstan may become Chinese raw materials appendage: expert

Tengrinews has interviewed experts about benefits and downsides of trade expansion between Kazakhstan and China, in which one expert maintained the possibility of the former becoming a raw materials appendage of the latter.

Kazakhstan may become Chinese raw materials appendage: expert
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. ©REUTERS
Kazakhstan is interested in broadening its ties with Albania: Nazarbayev

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has met the Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama.

Kazakhstan is interested in broadening its ties with Albania: Nazarbayev
Illustration ©tengrinews
Nursultan Nazarbayev meets Malaysian PM

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has met the Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Tun Razak.

Nursultan Nazarbayev meets Malaysian PM
Tengrinews.kz file photo
China to purchase wheat from Kazakhstan

China is going to purchase 100 thousand tons of wheat from Kazakhstan.

China to purchase wheat from Kazakhstan
©idea-lab.kz
Almaty to beat Moscow by trade areas supply

Almaty will outgrow Moscow by Gross Leasable Area per capita in two years.

Almaty to beat Moscow by trade areas supply
Illustration ©tengrinews
Kazakhstan ratifies treaty with Uzbekistan on strategic partnership

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed the law ratifying the Strategic Cooperation Treaty between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

Kazakhstan ratifies treaty with Uzbekistan on strategic partnership
Photo© Dena Sholk
Academic take on baraholka issue in Almaty: American's first-hand experience

Dena Sholk, a graduate student in the School of Foreign Service from Georgetown University came to Almaty to research the role of baraholkas (markets) in Kazakhstan’s economy as a part of her dissertation fieldwork.

Academic take on baraholka issue in Almaty: American's first-hand experience
Businessman Kenes Rakishev ©wikipedia.org
Kenes Rakishev buys into Magnum Cash & Carry

Businessman Kenes Rakishev has bought a stake in Magnum Cash & Carry retailer network.

Kenes Rakishev buys into Magnum Cash & Carry
India threatens WTO action over EU mango ban
India threatens WTO action over EU mango ban

India on Friday threatened to drag the European Union to the World Trade Organization over its ban on mango imports.

India threatens WTO action over EU mango ban
©Reuters/Kacper Pempel
France suspends pig imports from North America, Japan

France has suspended imports of live pigs from the United States, Canada, Mexico and Japan to try to prevent the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea virus entering the country, the French agriculture ministry announced.

France suspends pig imports from North America, Japan
New Zealand wine exports hit record levels
New Zealand wine exports hit record levels

New Zealand wine exports reached record levels in the 12 months to March amid surging demand from key markets, an industry body said.

New Zealand wine exports hit record levels
©Reuters/Nir Elias
UN set to lift Ivory Coast diamond embargo

The UN Security Council is set to lift a nearly decade-old embargo on Ivory Coast's international diamond trade and plans to relax its arms embargo there, diplomats said.

UN set to lift Ivory Coast diamond embargo
Kazakhstan intending to boost trade turnover with Bahrain

It’s the first official visit of Sheikh Ḥamad ibn ʿIsā Āl Khalīfah to Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan intending to boost trade turnover with Bahrain
Photo © Yaroslav Radlovsky
Toyota permits Kazakhstani retailers to use its trademark

Kazakhstani sellers of car spare parts have finally been permitted to use Toyota trademark on they advertisement banners and leaflets.

Toyota permits Kazakhstani retailers to use its trademark
©Reuters/Stefan Wermuth
Marks & Spencer reports rising Q4 sales

British high street retailer Marks & Spencer posted rising fourth-quarter sales on Thursday, boosted by strong performances for clothing and food, and also at its international division.

Marks & Spencer reports rising Q4 sales