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- Kazakh airlines to be removed from EU blacklistThe Transport and Communications Ministry's Air Aviation Committee has attracted the services of the ICAO Technical Cooperation Bureau to eliminate the shortcomings in the Kazakh airlines' activity. The ICAO experts have arrived in Kazakhstan and started working.
- Thyssen ex-employees allegedly gave bribes to win projects in KazakhstanThyssenKrupp called in the prosecutors after a tip-off from an employee led to the discovery of irregularities and potential fraud at the eastern European operations of subsidiary GfT Bautechnik.
- Fitch rates Kazakhstan's Condensate 'B-'; outlook stableCondensate is a small, privately owned single-site refinery located in the north-west (NW) Kazakhstan region, with the annual capacity of 600,000 tons of gas condensate. It produces heavy distillate fuel and gasoil.
- ACS opens Kazakhstan officeWe have been planning this office in Kazakhstan for the past couple of years and will now be able to better serve our clients here as well as forging new relationships.
- High oil prices provide additional support to tenge rateKazakhstan's tenge remains a hard currency suitable for investments. According to analysts, significant perturbations are not expected on the currency market in the near future.
- Kazakhstan's citizens to declare their income statementThe Finance Minister also noted that the property registered on children would also be subject to declaration. In this case, the income statement will be filled out by parents.
- Kazakhstan's software market estimated at more than $1 blnIn 2013, the software market will increase by 15-20%. According to experts from Borlas Kazakhstan, an international consulting group, growth will be common not only for the country's import of foreign information technology and products, but the role of Kazakh integrator companies, which adapt ready solutions to the needs of customers, will increase as well. Today, the financial sector, state-run, service and national companies are the main consumers of IT solutions.
- Malaysian National Library receives 287 items from KazakhstanThe collection, comprising books, compact disc and CDs, video tapes, calendars, maps, postcards and posters, is aimed at inculcating reading habit among Malaysians, and promote educational cooperation between the two countries.