Maintaining Kazakhstan’s status as a big player in the hydrocarbon commodity market is key, however, the country must develop the production of alternative energy sources, actively seeking to introduce technologies using solar and wind power

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Social Policy

Kazakhstan’s main goal will always be to prevent poverty growth. The State will bear full responsibility for targeted support of socially vulnerable groups: retirees, disabled, ill children and others. By expanding the list of individual

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Kazakhstan is a unique country where various cultural elements have united to compliment and enrich each other. Kazakhstan must generate a renewed level patriotism in its citizens and especially in the youth. All citizens should take

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Kazakhstan’s next phase of industrialization aims to redouble its efforts toward technological gains. As a result of these efforts, the share of non-energy exports must double by 2025, and triple by 2040. These innovations will be fueled by the

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Foreign Policy

In regards to promoting national interests, strengthening regional security by all means is critical to Kazakhstan’s continued prosperity. The government needs to diversify its foreign policy and develop economic and trade diplomacy to protect

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Kazakhstan needs to create the necessary conditions and prerequisites to enable individual entrepreneurs and small business to grow into medium sized businesses. Unfortunately, the current tax code prevents growth by placing too

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It is critical that Kazakhstan develop engineering education programs that provide students superior preparation in modern technical specialties with international standard certifications. Vocational and higher education should be oriented to the current

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Economic Policy

The essence of Kazakhstan’s new economic policy is a renewed focus on universal economic pragmatism. In order to meet it’s goal Kazakhstan must adopt all economic and managerial decisions based purely on economic feasibility and long term

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In 2013 Kazakhstan’s government has to implement concrete measures for moving responsibilities and powers from the center of the country to rural regions in order to strengthen local executive authorities. Through local

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