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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – October 28, 2010 0

Posted on October 28, 2010 by KazCham


Kazakhstan to levy new $1.2 billion tax claims against Karachaganak venture
(SRI) – Kazakhstan is considering new tax tax claims totaling $1.2 billion against Karachaganak Petroleum Operating (KPO), the Western-led joint venture developing the Karachaganak gas condensate field in western Kazakhstan, Reuters reported on Wednesday, citing a Kazakh official.

Kazakh, Georgian banks more attractive than Russian peers
(bne) – Banks from the former Soviet republics are out performing their Russian rivals, according to a report from VTB Capital. VTB’s top pick from the region is Bank of Georgia, but Kazakhstan’s Halyk Bank and Kazkommertsbank (KKB) are also interesting and trading at a discount to their Global Emerging Markets (GEM) peers.

KazakhGold abandons reverse takeover deal
(SRI) – KazakhGold said on Tuesday it had temporarily abandoned the deal to take over its Russian parent Polyus Gold amid opposition from the Kazakh government.


Kazakhstan can use pipelines bypassing the Bosporus and Dardanelles – Nazarbayev (Interfax)

Areva presents to Kazakh president a project for construction of a fuel assembly plant (Interfax)


Central bank to keep refinancing rate at 6-8% until 2015 (SRI)

Kazkommertsbank seeks re-entry into post-crisis Eurobond fold (Financial Times – Mergermarket)

Kazakhs approve 2011 budget with 2.8% deficit (Bloomberg)

France Kazakhstan trade deal (euronews)

Eurocopter signs two strategic agreements with Kazakhstan (defpro)

National Bank of Kazakhstan: Exchange rates October 28, 2010 (Kazakhstan Today)

Indicators – October 27, 2010 (Reuters)


Frontier Mining close to production (Investors Chronicle)

Central Asia Resources hits shallow gold including 15m at 8.1g/t in Kazakhstan (Proactive Investors)


Kazakh President and NATO Secretary General discuss cooperation (Interfax)

Kazakh President and European Commission President sign several bilateral agreements (Interfax)

Kazakh politician gets egg on his face for irking nationalists (EurasiaNet)

Kazakhstan to invest $50 million into Afghanistan’s education program (Itar-Tass)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2010/10/28/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-october-28-2010/

Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – August 17, 2010 0

Posted on August 17, 2010 by KazCham


Cost control key to Kashagan second phase – Mynbayev
(SRI) – Cost control will be key during the second phase of development of the Kashagan oil field, local news agencies quoted Oil and Gas Minister Sauat Mynbayev as saying.

No provision for maximum depth in Tengzichevroil contract – Mynbayev
(SRI) – The contract under which a Chevron-led consortium is developing the Tengiz oil field does not restrict the depth of its drilling activities, Kazakh Minister of Oil and Gas of Kazakhstan Sauat Mynbayev said on Monday.

Trade surplus up threefold in H1 2010
(SRI) – Kazakhstan’s foreign trade surplus reached $16.7 billion in the first half of 2010, up more than threefold from $4 billion dollars in the first half of 2009 , the State Statistics Bureau said Friday.


Kazakhstan’s oil export duty in force (SRI)

Tethys Petroleum announces updates on operations in Central Asia (Proactive Investors)


Eurocopter ready to set up helicopter production JV in Kazakhstan (Interfax)

Hryvnia, tenge may gain 6% as food prices fuel inflation – UniCredit (Bloomberg)


Kazakhgold’s subsidiary loses appeal to unfreeze bank accounts (SRI)


President Nazarbayev holds a meeting to get ready for OSCE summit in Astana (Interfax)


Kyrgyz army involved in mob violence – right group (AP)

Chevron, Conoco, Bush brother’s company may get Caspian exploration rights (Bloomberg)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2010/08/17/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-august-17-2010/

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