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Kazakhstan signs contracts worth billions with foreign companies

05 December 2017 [16:37] - TODAY.AZ

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Kazakhstan has signed twelve agreements and cooperation documents with foreign companies worth $3.2 billion within Kazakhstan Global Investment roundtable (KGIR), the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan said in a message.

In particular, the Minister of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan Zhenis Kasymbek and the General Representative of the "Alsim Alarko - Makoil - SK - Kororin Expressway" consortium Hakan Aitekin signed the Protocol on the results of negotiations on the implementation of "The Great Almaty Ring Road" project.

Kazakhstan has also signed a memorandum of understanding on the public-private partnership project on the creation of the “Nur zholy” automobile checkpoint on the section of the Western Europe-Western China highway.

Kazakh Invest has signed a memorandum of understanding on the "Production of technical gases for the needs of Pavlodar oil chemistry plant and Atyrau oil refinery" with the Air Liquide international company, a memorandum of understanding on the "Construction of a plant for the production of high-quality lime" with Carmeuse company, as well as a memorandum of understanding on production of soda ash with the Turkish "Yildirim Holding".

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