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Opportunities with Kazakhstan

  • Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle 1301 5th Avenue, suite 1500 Seattle, WA, 98101 United States (map)
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Opportunities with Kazakhstan

LOCATION: Trade Development Alliance | 1301 5th Ave, Suite #1500 

 

COST: $10 for TDA Members | $20 for Non-Members | $5 for Students

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW: 

The Trade Development Alliance is proud to present an opportunity to meet with the U.S. Department of Commerce Commercial Specialist, Ms. Azhar K. Kadrzhanova, from the U.S. Embassy in Almaty, Kazakhstan.  Join us for a market briefing about one of the most dynamic of the emerging markets.

Why Kazakhstan?

Kazakhstan has developed into the leading market in Central Asia and is positioning itself as a transit route between China and Europe.  With somewhat limited success, it is seeking ways to use its oil and mineral wealth to diversify its economy.  These efforts, combined with a growing middle class, provide trade and investment prospects for U.S. firms seeking new opportunities in one of the most dynamic of the emerging markets.
 
Like other former Soviet Republics, Kazakhstan is still developing a transparent and effective business culture that is attractive to foreign investment.  The government of Kazakhstan realizes the need to implement economic reforms, though laws and regulations adopted to improve the business environment are often poorly implemented at the local level.  Foreign investors and local firms, complain of burdensome regulations that often reflect a way of doing business that is reminiscent of the Soviet Union.  Challenges remain in addressing problems related to the country’s competitiveness and economic diversification, its over-reliance on the extractive sector, continued corruption, need for increased transparency and rule of law.

Best prospects in Kazakhstan include medical equipment, drugs, pharmaceuticals, electric power generation, oil and gas equipment and services, agricultural equipment and machinery, and construction and building materials.