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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – October 3, 2011 0

Posted on October 03, 2011 by Alex

ENERGY:

Kashagan moving towards first oil 
(SRI) – The Western-led consortium developing the giant Kashagan oil field is working towards commissioning its facilities to launch commercial production in 2012, the Panorama business weekly reported on Friday.

BMB Munai announces cash dividend from Emir Oil deal (SRI)

Kazatomprom ups 2011 uranium output forecast (SRI)

Ukrainian companies interested in participating in hydrocarbon exploration and production projects in Kazakhstan (Interfax)

BUSINESS AND ECONOMY:

BTA makes $175-million payment on trade finance loan (SRI)

Ex-Im Bank lends $425 million to Kazakhstan’s railways (SRI)

Foreign debt rises by 5% in first half – central bank (SRI)

Tsesnabank to raise $37 million (SRI)

Asian Development Bank to provide local-currency financing to Kazakh SMEs (SRI)

Kazakhstan important link between China and Europe (Trend)

KazAviaSpektr to launch an agricultural plane plant in December in Karaganda (Interfax)

Indicators – September 30, 2011 (Reuters)

METALS AND MINING:

Kazakhmys begins share buyback program (SRI)

Fortis Mining granted halt pending Potash Salt Deposits geological report (Proactive Investors)

SOCIETY:

Top Kazakh Muslim cleric raps tough new religion law, warns of extremism (Reuters)

Kazakh strikers demand apology from president’s son-in-law (RFE/RL)

REGIONAL:

Moscow strives to clarify vision for Central Asian alliance (EurasiaNet)

In post-Soviet Central Asia, Russian takes a backseat (RFE/RL)

Obama, Uzbek leader discuss Afghan supply route (Reuters)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2011/10/03/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-october-3-2011/



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