In total, over 130 types of activities will be supported, which offered the production of more than 300 consumer goods.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) committed an additional US$500,000.
While all important offline events are cancelled, the business switches to the online format.
The international techno-park of IT startups ‘Astana Hub’ is launching an online school for investors.
Oil prices are sliding again due to the lack of sufficient market demand.
According to the data, to date, nearly 5.3 million citizens and about 26,200 SME are in arrears to second-tier banks.
The Kazakh President will receive additional powers for the period of the state of emergency in Kazakhstan.
The current crisis caused by coronavirus pandemic has a major negative impact on the national business.
The Deputy Mayor also spoke about flights between Nur-Sultan and Almaty that will start on May 1.
This ecosystem will create a certain economic cluster which will bring a producer closer to a consumer.
Large European countries are resuming their production as the coronavirus lockdown rules were eased.
Kazakhstan launches export acceleration program to support business.
The global economy is expected to be dropped by 3.0 percent, including Kazakhstan’s trade partner countries.
100,000 new coronavirus cases were reported in the last 24 hours worldwide.
The country’s state budget is forecasted to lose almost one trillion Tenge (US$2.314 billion) of oil income.
An economist Azamatkhan Amirtai envisioned the possible scenarios of the development of the economy of Kazakhstan.
Local and regional budgets of Kazakhstan will be underfunded by 230 billion tenge (nearly US$523 million).
Kazakhstan increased oil production by 2.4 percent within the first quarter of this year.
In total, Kazakh airlines carried 1.7 million passengers within the first three months of this year.
Experts do not manage to keep up with WTI oil prices, the cost of which is swinging from yesterday.