Exploring the culture and history of three major cities in Kazakhstan
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Exploring the culture and history of three major cities in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is both familiar and unfamiliar to many Chinese. We hear about this neighbor to the west all the time in our country's massive plans such as the Belt and Road initiative. We know that there are a lot of ethnic Kazakh people in China. And there's Kazakh singer Dimash, who soared to popularity in China in recent years after he participated in a popular Chinese music contest.

19-10-2018, 10:30
Finland to invest in Kazakhstan
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Finland to invest in Kazakhstan

ASTANA (TCA) — President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, during his visit to Finland on October 16, met with representatives of leading Finnish companies, such as Nokia, Wartsila, Vaisala, Metso, Koja, and Nurminen Logistics. Following the visit, more than 20 commercial and non-commercial documents were signed for a total amount of $545 million, Kazakh Invest national investment support and promotion company reported.

Sterling & Wilson Eyes 200 MW Solar PV Projects in Kazakhstan
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Sterling & Wilson Eyes 200 MW Solar PV Projects in Kazakhstan

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Sterling and Wilson, World’s leading solar EPC company, has announced its plans to enter Kazakhstan. The company is targeting EPC for Solar PV projects of capacity 200 MW in Kazakhstan till 2020. The country is expected to receive bids for 180 MW of Solar PV in the month of October. This is part of the series of tenders announced by Kazakhstan government in the beginning of the year.

Western Sanctions Against Russia Leave Kazakhstan Exposed
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Western Sanctions Against Russia Leave Kazakhstan Exposed

Astana has traditionally stuck to a multi-vector foreign policy predicated on the idea of maintaining good relationships with partners big and small, close and remote. Indeed, President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s official visit to Washington, DC, in January 2018, was meant to establish a direct connection at the highest level to the Trump administration. Nevertheless, this balanced foreign policy orientation has not been sufficient to safeguard Kazakhstan from dangerous economic exposure to Western sanctions against Russia. And now, the US Congress is considering adopting several new, even more punitive anti-Russian sanctions bills. In particular, the Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act (DASKAA)—dubbed a “bill from hell”—could complicate the situation for Kazakhstan further (Zn.ua, September 3; Kp.ru, January 17).

11-10-2018, 17:11