Doing Business with Kazakhstan

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Marat Terterov
GMB Publishing Ltd, 2004 - 390 pages
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This third edition of Doing Business with Kazakhstan provides authoritative practical advice on the business and investment environment in Kazakhstan. The country has vast natural resources and one of the world's 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 survey of many of the country's vibrant sectors and provides a strong introduction to its enormous potential, including an examination of banking, finance, tax and legal issues. CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE: Andromeda Financial Services, AON, BISNIS, Bracewell & Patterson LLP, Central Asia Tourism Corp., Denton Wilde Sapte, Ernst &Young, EBRD, Harvard University, HSBC, KPMG, LLC Law Firm, MacLeod Dixon LLP, Russia & Kuhn Consulting, Salans, Scot Holland Estates, Seimar Investment Company, US Kazakhstan Business Assoc., the World Bank.
 

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Contents

Part One Background to the Market
2
Part Two Market Potential
55
The Taxation and Legal Environment
214
Operating an Enterprise
294
Part Five Appendices
365

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Dr. Marat Terterov holds a Ph.D. from St.Antonyâs College, Oxford. He is author of over a dozen books addressing the business environment in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. He recently co-authored a major USAID study evaluating privatization in Egypt and, as a consultant to the UK government, has advised British companies on Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries. He speaks frequently at the Centre for International Briefing and is author of academic articles on the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. He also holds a Chevening Scholarship. He has edited over a dozen books for Global Market Briefings on foreign investment in countries of the former Soviet Union, the Balkans and the Middle East, including Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Croatia, Bahrain, Egypt and Libya.

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