Strategic and priority investment projects in Kazakhstan 2015-2019

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 Strategic and priority investment projects in Kazakhstan 2015-2019

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It is based on the State Program on industrial development of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2015 – 2019 approved by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan No 874 on August 1, 2014 (derived as of August 31, 2014). It includes the general overview of:


State priority activities and projects 
List of companies which are implementing the priority projects in Kazakhstan in: 
Iron and steel industry 
Non ferrous industry 
Oil refining 
Petrochemicals 
Food production 
Agrochemicals 
Manufacturing of chemicals for the industry 
Motor vehicles, their parts, accessories and engines production 
Electric equipment 
Production of agricultural machinery 
Production railway engineering 
Production of machinery and equipment for mining industry 
Production of machinery and equipment for oil refining and oil production industry 
Production of construction materials 
Space industry 
State support to priority project 
Specialization of the manufacturing industry in the regions 
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About the author

KazCham is the Kazakhstan Chamber of Commerce in the USA (New York).

Julia Fattorini, LLM and Arlan Yerzhanov, LLM are prominent Kazakhstan lawyers, licensed as foreign legal consultants in New York. They are directors of KazCham and either authors or editors of the publications.

You can contact them at info@kazcham.com or kazcham.com for any questions regarding business and legal issues in the region.

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KazCham
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Oct 30, 2014
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89
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