Doing Business with Kazakhstan
This third edition of Doing Business with Kazakhstan provides invaluable, authoritative and practical advice on the business and investment environment in Kazakhstan. The country has vast natural resources and one of the worldâs largest oil, gas and mineral deposits. Astana has embarked upon an industrial policy designed to diversify the economy away from over-dependence on the oil sector by developing light industry. The guide offers a unique opportunity to survey many of the countryâs vibrant sectors and provides a strong introduction to its enormous potential, including an examination of banking, finance, tax and legal issues.
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