This shows that the world's largest companies trust Kazakhstan’s economy
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The volume of foreign investments in Kazakhstan has increased by almost a quarter, totalling 24 per cent in the first seven months of this year
► Read more at https://on.ft.com/2ES4inG ► Try the Financial Times for 4 weeks for just £1. Start your trial now - http://bit.ly/2ry7Tkz The new government has embarked on a raft of radical reforms since the death of dictator Islam Karimov and western companies now see opportunities for high returns on investment. The FT's Laurence Fletcher reports. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2GakujT ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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High figures are the result of creation of favorable investment climate in the republic.
According to Kazakh Minister of Investments and Development, the value exceeded US$12 billion in the first half of this year
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Kazakhstan attracts over $220 billion of foreign direct investment over past 10 years
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Chairman of the Board of KAZAKH INVEST National Company JSC MR. SAPARBEK TUYAKBAYEV
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Astana, Dec 5 (EFE).- Kazakhstan is seeking to improve the country's business conditions by adopting measures to reduce red tape for foreign investors, Kazakh Prime Minister Bakhytzhan Sagintayev announced on Tuesday. VIDEO OF FORUM COURTESY OF THE KAZAKH PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE. Keywords: efe,kazakhstan,astana,roundtable,investment,foreign
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The country can be a powerhouse for multinationals and region, says Muhannad Shehadeh, minister of state of investment in Jordan. Subscribe to CNBC Life: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Subscribe to CNBC International: http://cnb.cx/2gft82z Like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinternational/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/cnbci
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KENTAS Invest – Kazakh investment - consulting company specializing in supporting of foreign investors, managing and implementing of projects in the sphere of subsoil use. KENTAS Invest - a new brand created for the purpose of providing services in support of foreign investors in the sphere of subsoil use of Kazakhstan. And also to attract investments and the search of foreign partners for Kazakhstan companies. The main objectives: Consulting support of foreign investors in the sphere of subsoil use in Kazakhstan. Selection of investment projects in the sphere of subsoil use for the foreign investor. Preparation of the investment project with the key analytical, environmental, exploration and other estimated data. Assistance in the selection of the competent Kazakh companies for the investment project implementation. Assistance in contacts establishing with government agencies and administrative barriers overcoming. Our mission is to create projects in the sphere of subsoil use that bring new standards of mining and mineral processing. To have beneficial effects on the environment, to change people's lives for the better, to open up new fields and prospects for development of international cooperations. Applying extensive experience, the team of KENTAS Invest helps its partners and foreign investors to develop the most effective strategy of investing, to realize projects in the sphere of subsoil use in Kazakhstan at a top professional level. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Web: www.kentas.kz Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentasinvestco Facebook: https://goo.gl/gXWk45 Linkedin: https://goo.gl/8GVi0M
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Regulation aims to reassure international businesses and nudge towards a US trade deal, but the FT's Lucy Hornby says it may not completely answer foreign investors' concerns. It makes it illegal for officials to meddle in overseas companies' operations
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In today’s highly competitive global environment, Kazakhstan recognizes economic and trade ties as an increasingly important part of its international diplomacy. Nowadays, the Kazakh Government focuses not only on international political issues, but also on developing closer economic cooperation, encouraging investment and promoting exports. In this regard, under its expanded remit, the Foreign Ministry is set to stress "economic diplomacy" to attract new investments and to promote Kazakh exports in foreign markets. In order to do a more effective job attracting investment, the ministry has drawn up a list of 40 priority countries. In the Government's bid to move the nation toward a self-sufficient economy, the Foreign Ministry will also work with other ministries on issues related to compliance with international standards during the production and packaging processes.
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Both Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan are looking at new ways to attract investors and boost revenues as the oil price falls. Rakhim Oshakbayev Vice Minister of Investments and Development, Kazakhstan and Dr. Sahil Babayev, Deputy Minister of Economy in Azerbaijan discuss their strategies and explore the opportunities for potential investors. Dr. Sahil Babayev, Deputy Minister of Economy, Azerbaijan Rakhim Oshakbayev, Vice Minister for Investments and Development, Kazakhstan Moderator: Nik Gowing, International Broadcaster
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Investment climate of Kazakhstan becomes more attractive for foreign businessmen every single year. In this turn, the local companies are actively working to attract investment into the country. KazNex Invest has attracted 8 projects in sum of $122.5 million in Kazakhstan. Through the implementation of projects, 30 foreign businessmen have invested in the economy of our country more than $830 million.
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2018 is an important year for EU-Kazakhstan relations as it marks the 25th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations and the start of a new chapter with the Enhanced Partnership and Cooperation Agreement between Kazakhstan and the EU (EPCA) fully entering into force. It aims to reinforce and increase the presence of the EU in Kazakhstan and vice versa. The European Union is Kazakhstan’s biggest trade partner representing over one third of its external trade and the largest foreign investor, representing over half of Foreign Direct Investment. EU-Kazakhstan bilateral relations have significantly increased in the last two decades and go beyond trade & investment ties or political dialogue. The EU and Kazakhstan succeeded in establishing successful cooperation in areas ranging from energy to transport, environment, research and security among others. As a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council in 2017-2018, Kazakhstan also has an important role to play on the international stage. It held the rotating UNSC presidency in January and has put Central Asia on the UN agenda. Moreover, as the EU is working to make relations with Central Asia stronger and deeper, Kazakhstan plays a key role in the process. Questions included: - What is the way forward for the EU’s cooperation with Kazakhstan? - How will EPCA help to further develop economic relations and political cooperation? - What impact will this partnership have on the EU’s long-term foreign policy in Central Asia?
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http://bit.ly/QYtwFG The program provides with information about the country's innovative resources, reveals its investment potential and gives real examples demonstrating the investment attractiveness to foreign investors. The representatives of foreign companies successfully operating in Kazakhstan, representatives of state agencies and institutions implementing industrial and innovative development programmes are among the guests and participants of the programme.
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The Industrialization Program that has been implemented in Kazakhstan for two years already provides foreign investors with great opportunities. Emergence of a new market of the Customs Union with the total population number of 170 million people, reduction of tax burden in the country and stability of the national legislation are one of the main attractive features of the investment climate in Kazakhstan. Permanent work on improvement of the investment attractiveness of the country is carried out within the State Program of Forced Industrial-Innovative Development. The Government of Kazakhstan has developed the National Plan on investment attraction which includes such measures as exemption of customs duties granted for raw materials that are necessary for investment projects implementation, special preferences for investors working in the strategic sectors and on strategic projects, stable legislation for investors working in the processing industry. Besides, the Law "On special economic zones" was adopted. Establishment of the National Agency on Export and Investment "KAZNEX INVEST" allowed to forge close links with 10 thousand investors from all parts of the world. The work on 200 investment projects financed by foreign investors is underway. The agreements on attraction of over 7 billion U.S. dollars of investments were reached. The National Investment Site http://www.invest.gov.kz/ functioning in 12 languages was launched in 2010. Online database of the investment projects and investors was also developed. Over 35 requests from 130 world countries were registered in September. The fact that Kazakhstan improved its positions in the World Bank's "Doing Business" rating proves the success of the policy pursued by the Government of Kazakhstan. "Doing Business" rating estimates the implementation of reforms on business activity regulation and protection of rights and interests of investors as well as regulatory norms for local companies in 183 countries. An increase in the investments inflow into the processing industry was achieved in Kazakhstan in 2011 due to implementation of reforms. The foreign direct investments inflow in the metallurgy sector has increased by 12%. It was achieved due to twofold increase in investments in the iron industry. The foreign investments in the production of electric and electronic equipment increased by 16%. Kazakhstan is leading among the CIS member states in terms of the FDI per capita as well as in terms of their share in the GDP.
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Kazakhstan attracts large multinational companies. For example, the Japanese industrial giant Tokyo Rope Almaty began working in the country since November 2016. This was initiated by President Nursultan Nazarbayev. The first shops began to produce gabion grids in the territory of Almaty last year. In July of this year, the enterprise launched the construction of a second company which produces metal. The total investment amounted to US$17 million. SHIGETO TANAKA, CHAIRMAN, EXECUTIVE OFFICER, TOKYO ROPE MANUFACTURING CO: - We consider the Almaty plant as the main base, plans of which include the delivery of products to the domestic Kazakh market as well as to the markets of neighboring countries. Therefore, it was decided to increase the plant's productivity and build a new enterprise on the territory of the Special Economic Zone. ARSEN NASYRKHANOV, DIRECTOR OF ALMATY INVESTORS SERVICE CENTRE, KAZAKH INVEST: - There are emerging opportunities for export markets. Tokyo Rope Almaty already plans to export its products to Russia, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Saudi Arabia. According to the national Kazakh Invest company, American, British, German, Spanish, Chinese and Turkish investors are also planning to develop their business in Kazakhstan. The authorities are ready to meet with those who are interested in the implementation of projects in the country and in the industrial zones of Almaty. AIDAR SAPAROV, HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN ECONOMIC ACTIVITY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ALMATY: - First of all, it concerns conditions and information work. They can get all the necessary information in the remote access. We have launched an investment web portal this year, which contains all information about location, free investment areas and state preferences. According to Kazakh Invest, by the end of this year it is planned to launch six more production projects from France, Japan, Germany, Turkey and China. In total, the national company’s portfolio has 16 proposals for a total cost of US$7 billion 700-million.
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