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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – September 8, 2011 0

Posted on September 08, 2011 by Alex

HEADLINES:

Kazakhstan to shun Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs in “people’s IPO” program
(SRI) – The National Bank of Kazakhstan will not allow investment banks Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to bid on advisory contracts as the Kazakh government is moving forward to select banks to manage the individual listings of the so-called “people’s IPO”, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.

Karachaganak dispute could be solved within a month – Kulibayev
(SRI) – Timur Kulibayev, head of the state-owned holding and investment company Samruk-Kazyna, said on Wednesday the Karachaganak oil field dispute could be resolved within one month, the Kazakhstan-Novosti news agency reported.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMY:

Central bank to buy up entire Kazakh gold output until 2014-15 (SRI)

Kazakhstan to add BRIC currencies to diversify its foreign reserves (SRI)

Egypt buys Kazakh wheat at tender (SRI)

On the move: Atameken Union (SRI)

Real estate transactions jump 15.2% in August (SRI)

Outflow of speculative capital from Kazakhstan reached $3 billion this summer – central bank(SRI)

RESMI Group sells Respublika Pension Fund to a group of private investors (SRI)

Kazakhstan to boost railway equipment manufacturing to KZT300 billion by 2015 (SRI)

Indicators – September 7, 2011 (Reuters)

POLITICS:

Kulibayev reiterates intention to stay clear of politics (SRI)

Playing language issue as a political card unacceptable – Nur Otan (Interfax)

Majilis deputy Alzakov demands urgent measures to tackle religious extremism (Interfax)

REGIONAL:

Tethys loses bid for Afghan oil blocks to Chinese state-owned oil company (Proactive Investors)

Global Insider: South Korea-Central Asia relations (World Politics review)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2011/09/08/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-september-8-2011/

Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – August 25, 2011 0

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