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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – July 25, 2011

Posted on July 25, 2011 by KazCham

HEADLINES:

Alliance bank considers sentencing of former chairman, executives too lenient, may appeal
(SRI) – Kazakhstan’s Alliance Bank said on Friday it regards the sentencing of its former ownership and management as too lenient and is considering appealing the court verdict.

Malaysia seeks greater presence in Kazakhstan
(bne) – Malaysian investors are targeting Central Asia in sectors ranging from oil and gas to Islamic finance. Although geographically distant, Malaysia shares with the Central Asian republics a religion and an economy based on natural resources.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMY:

Temirbank names new board members; increases capital reserves (SRI)

Russia’s Promsvyazbank to open representative office in Kazakhstan (SRI)

Bank Astana Finance, Homebroker lose banking licenses (SRI)

On the move: Eurasian Bank, Aktobe akim (SRI)

Number of SMEs in Kazakhstan growing – PM (Interfax)

Indicators – July 22, 2011 (Reuters)

POLITICS AND SECURITY:

Kazakhstan vows harsh crackdown on religious extremism (Interfax)

Austrian policeman provided Kazakh intelligence with Aliyev case data (Austrian Independent)

Kazakh President to attend nuclear security summit (TREND)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2011/07/25/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-july-25-2011/

 

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