Kazakh stabilisation plan starts to take shape

28 Nov 2008

Kazakhstan this week released further details of government-sponsored plans to cope with the global financial crisis.

The government has earmarked 20% of Kazakh GDP to the widespread range of stabilisation and growth measures that will, according to Alexander Mirtchev, director and member of the board of Kazyna-Samruk, ensure Kazakhstan is best placed among all the emerging economies to cope with the global financial crisis. ...

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