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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – June 28, 2010

Posted on June 28, 2010 by KazCham


KazMunaiGas to sell refinery to TNK-BP
(SRI) – KazMunaiGas, Kazakhstan’s national oil and gas company, has reportedly reached an understanding to sell a 50-percent stake in Kazakhstan’s largest oil refinery to TNK-BP, BP’s Russian oil venture, Reuters said on Friday citing industry sources.

Weeks after violence, Kyrgyzstan constitution OK’d
(AP) – Barely two weeks after ethnic purges left many minority Uzbek communities in smoldering ruin, about two-thirds of Kyrgyzstan’s voters went to the polls Sunday to peacefully and overwhelmingly approve a new constitution they hoped would bring stability to the Central Asian nation.


Fitch affirms TCO Finance Series A senior secured notes at BBB-; outlook Stable (Fitch)

Kazakhstan Caspian Transport System project postponed (New Europe)

Kazakhstan ratifies agreement on Kazakhstan-China pipeline (Oil and Gas Eurasia)


EDB to open credit lines for financial institutions to further support SME (Interfax)

National Bank of Kazakhstan: Exchange rates June 26-28, 2010 (Kazinform)

Indicators – June 25, 2010 (Reuters)


Two killed in Kazakh coal mine blowout – ministry (Reuters)

ENRC commissions second unit of Kazakhstan Electrolysis Plant (Interfax)

Frontier breaks ground at Benkala copper project in Kazakhstan (Mineweb)


Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan clash over border policy (EurasiaNet)


Kyrgyz tourist season to suffer as Kazakh big spenders stay away (EurasiaNet)


Kyrgyzstan votes in key referendum after violence (AP)

Belarus revives Russia energy feud with cut threat (AFP)

U.S. to build troop training centre in Tajikistan – envoy (AFP)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2010/06/28/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-june-28-2010/

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