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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – October 18, 2010

Posted on October 18, 2010 by KazCham


Kazakhstan sees first Islamic bond by year-end
(bne) – After a lengthy delay, the government is on track to issue Kazakhstan’s first sovereign sukuk, or Islamic bond, before the end of this year – a key step in the country’s desire to become a regional financial hub, says Arken Arystanov, head of the Regional Financial Centre of Almaty City (RFCA).


KazMunaiGas to issue $680-million bond on KASE (SRI)

Kashagan production seen by 2013 (New Europe)

KazMunaiGas, CNPC plan pipeline JV for Q4 2010 (Oil and Gas Eurasia)

Ukraine may build power stations in Kazakhstan (Interfax – Kyiv Post)


Jan-Aug GDP up 7.9% year-on-year (SRI)

Kazakhstan, Hong Kong billionaires plan fund – Kazakh PM (Bloomberg)

Kazakh tenge may advance 3.9% next year on inflation, oil – Citigroup (Bloomberg)

Kazakhstan exported 2.2 million tonnes of grains in current marketing year (AgriMarket.Info)

Kazakhstan may introduce income declaration before 2016 (Interfax)

Kaspi Bank keeps plans for external borrowings on hold (Interfax)

Kazakhstan to trim civil service personnel by 26,000 (Interfax)

National Bank of Kazakhstan: Exchange rates October 16-18, 2010 (Kazakhstan Today)

Indicators – October 15, 2010 (Reuters)


ENRC planning to boost African copper output by more than six-fold by 2013 (Bloomberg)

Kazakh potash `wild card’ firm Satimola seeks $100-million IPO in 2011 (Bloomberg)


Turkey trains Kazakh troops – minister (Today’s Zaman)

Kazakhstan and NATO to develop cooperation in order to maintain regional security (Interfax)


Storck to quit as Kazakh coach (AFP)


U.S. ready for talks with Kyrgyzstan on base


Kyrgyz parties agree vote recount after protests (Reuters)

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