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- Six leading banks of Kazakhstan recognized credits for sum $1178.9 million as a lossAs of March 1, 2008 six leading banks - Kazkommertsbank, BTA Bank, Alliance Bank, National Saving Bank of Kazakhstan, ATF Bank, Bank Central Credit - have recognized credits for a total sum $1178.9 million as a loss, the agency reports referring to Institute of Economic Research - Central Asia.
- Prime Minister of Kazakhstan presented new akim of Eastern Kazakhstan oblastThe Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Masimov presented to the akimat of the Eastern Kazakhstan oblast new akim, the agency reports referring to the press service of the regional akimat.
- Foreign currency exchange rates fixed by National BankThe National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan fixed the foreign currency exchange rates to the tenge for May 8:
- New akim is expected to be appointed in Eastern Kazakhstan oblastNew akim is expected to be appointed in the Eastern Kazakhstan oblast, a source in the government informed the agency.
- KazPrime indicator did not change and made 8.90 % annual on KASEFollowing the results of fixing at the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) on May 7, value of KazPrime indicator did not change and made 8.90 % annual on KASE, the agency reports.
- Audit system existing in Kazakhstan requires serious revision - ShkolnikThe audit system existing in Kazakhstan requires serious revision. The Minister of Industry and Commerce of Kazakhstan Vladimir Shkolnik said during the government session on Tuesday, the agency reports.
- Average weighted rate is 120.50 KZT per dollarAverage weighted rate of KZT on Kazakhstan stock exchange (KASE) decreased by 0.02 KZT on Wednesday against Tuesday and totaled KZT 120.50 per dollar.
- Quotations of basic grades of oil considerably grewQuotations of the basic grades of oil, following the results of tenders on Monday, have considerably grown, the agency reports referring to the message of the group of companies OMT Consult.
- Industry Ministry forbade resale of product safety certificates - ShkolnikThe Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Kazakhstan has forbidden resale of product safety certificates. The Minister of Industry and Commerce of Kazakhstan Vladimir Shkolnik informed on Tuesday during the government session, the agency reports.