Almaty farmers intend to increase the production of meat to 500,000 tons and production of milk to 900,000 tons by 2025.
The bill was approved by the members of the Mazhilis in the first reading.
Today, the government approved the new master plan for the development of Turkistan.
This was announced at public hearings held in Almaty in a videoconference format.
The state defined a total of 29 industries that were hit by the pandemic to date.
The Kazakh Parliament adopted amendments to the national budget for this year.
French manufacturer of industrial pumps expressed its intention to open a branch of its enterprise in the city of Aktau.
Kazakhstan is an attractive partner for large foreign investors.
186 such applications have already been approved for a total amount of nearly 4.7 billion tenge.
A biotechnological laboratory in Manash Kozybayev North Kazakhstan University creates virus-free seeds.
Kazakhstan’s GDP will grow almost 5 percent a year on average in 2021-2022.
Kazakhstan and Turkey intend to build a plant for the production of veterinary drugs and vaccines.
For this purpose, the relevant ministry requests three billion tenge (US$7 million) from the state budget.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently published its October World Economic Outlook (WEO).
The parties discussed mutually beneficial cooperation in the trade and economic sector.
Amendments were made to the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Nur-Sultan hosts the International Second Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Investment Forum online.
Trademarks in the Eurasian Economic Union will now be protected by one document.
There were positive developments in Kazakhstan’s economy in September.
During the event, leading experts from Kazakhstan, Canada and the United Kingdom will share their views.