Key vectors for development of women’s entrepreneurship discussed at Astana Finance Days conf NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM On June 28, 2022, at the international conference Astana Finance Days (AFD) the AIFC Tech Hub, together with Visa, the world leader in the digital payments, held a panel session «Strengthening the SME sector in Kazakhstan through the active inclusion of women in the country's economy».
IMF: Kazakhstan’s central bank may need to tighten monetary policy further NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM «As inflation soars around the world, central banks are racing to tighten monetary policy to deliver on their mandates of maintaining price stability,» according to Nicolas Blancher, a Division Chief in the IMF's Middle East and Central Asia Department, the IMF informs on its website.
AFD 2022: Prospects for development of Industrial Internet of Things in Kazakhstan discussed NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM The Affiliate Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Kazakhstan conducted the panel session on the topic of «Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in Kazakhstan: Unlocking the potential of SMEs» on 27 June 2022 within frameworks of Astana Finance Days 2022 (AFD).
Tesla begins 10% staff cut as layoffs pace up with US recession fears ANKARA. KAZINFORM - US electric carmaker Tesla has begun 10% staff cuts, as layoffs paced up with recession fears in the American economy, with many companies either trimming their workforce or slowing down and freezing hiring, Anadolu Agency reports.
National Fund’s resources are actively consumed - Accounts Committee NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM 4.5 trillion tenge was spent from the National Fund in 2021, Chairperson of the Accounts Committee Natalya Godunova said at the joint session of the Parliament chambers in Nur-Sultan today, Kazinform correspondent reports.
What are Kazakhstan’s exports and how does it support local exporters NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - In 2021, Kazakhstan's trade turnover was 17.4 percent higher than in 2020 and reached $101.5 billion. While over the years of independence, Kazakhstan’s economy was supported by its huge oil and gas exports, now it seeks to increase its non-commodity exports to $41 billion by 2025. What the government is doing to achieve that goal is in the latest article of Kazinform.
500bn tenge deposits remain in Russian banks’ subsidiaries NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM The subsidiaries of Russian banks in Kazakhstan hold a good quality loan portfolio, at around 1.7trln tenge, Chairperson of the Agency for Regulation and Development of Financial Markets Madina Abylkassymova said, Kazinform reports.
Inflation to fall gradually to 7.5-9.5% next year - National Bank NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Monthly inflation rate in Kazakhstan declined by 2% in April and by 1.4% in May, but it still remains high, thus exceeding last year and annual average indicators, Governor of the National Bank Galymzhan Pirmatov says.
Financial support programs for entrepreneurs start in Kazakhstan NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Three financial support programs for entrepreneurs implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects are to be launched in Kazakhstan in the near future, the official website of the UNDP Kazakhstan reads.