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Country Report Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan had a less fortunate economic year in 2014, caused by the decreasing oil price in the second half of last year and the negative wealth effects as a result of the tenge devaluation. For 2015, substantially lower economic growth and twin deficits are expected.

Country Report

Country Report Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan had a less fortunate economic year in 2013, as weak exports led to a twin deficit and economic growth, though picking up, was driven by unsustainable consumer borrowing.

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Country Report Kazachstan

President Nazerbayev rules in an authoritarian manner and has no significant opposition. The banking sector remains weak as it is still recovering from a default of the country’s third largest bank. For 2013, the economy is estimated to grow by 7%.

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Kazachstan (Country update)

Kazakhstan’s banking sector remains one of the country’s major weaknesses, while the authorities are increasingly intolerant of oppositional voices.

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Kazakhstan (Country Report)

Kazakhstan’s economy is recovering steadily and posted 7% growth in 2010. The main problems in the banking sector have been dealt with, but the sector remains a major weakness nonetheless.