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Kazakhstan seeks new alumina markets amid Rusal's troubles

By: Reuters     20th April 2018 Kazakhstan is looking to open up new markets for its alumina exports, concerned US sanctions on Russian aluminium giant Rusal could hit business and jobs. Eurasian Resources Group (ERG), a company part-owned by the Kazakh government, produces 1.5-million tonnes a year of alumina, which is used... 

World Mining Congress 2018: Stages of program formation

5th February 2018 From June 19 till June 22, the 25th anniversary World Mining Congress will be held in Astana. Such large-scale event of world significance is held for the first time not only in Kazakhstan, but also in the territory of CIS. Kazakhstan was chosen not casually for anniversary WMC. Country's... 

ArcelorMittal says Kazakh coal miners end strike

By: Reuters     15th December 2017 Coal miners at steelmaker ArcelorMittal's Kazakh unit have ended their sit-in and emerged from the mines, the company said on Friday, after offers of a pay rise and the threat of legal action. ArcelorMittal Temirtau, the Central Asian nation's biggest steel mill, said it would continue... 

Paramount delivers foreign adaptation of Marauder to Kazakh special forces

By: Dylan Slater     15th December 2017 Kazakhstan Paramount Engineering (KPE), the Kazakhstani division of South African defence and aerospace company Paramount Group, has delivered a new batch of mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) armoured vehicles, called Arlan, to the Kazakhstan Special Forces.  

Paramount launches new combat vehicle

By: Anine Kilian     7th June 2016 Defence and aerospace company Paramount Group has unveiled a new-generation eight-wheeled armoured vehicle in Astana, Kazakhstan, during the yearly Kazakhstan Defence Exhibition. The Mbombe 8 infantry combat vehicle was designed to meet global demand for sophisticated and affordable military... 

Uranium One posts larger Q3 adjusted loss, regains Kazakhstan permits

By: Henry Lazenby     14th November 2014 Canadian uranium producer Uranium One on Friday reported a bigger adjusted net loss for the three months ended September 30, as production faltered in Kazakhstan owing to permitting issues. The Toronto-headquartered company, with a globally diversified portfolio of assets in Kazakhstan, the US,... 

CNA welcomes nuclear cooperation agreement with Kazakhstan

By: Henry Lazenby     15th November 2013 Canada's nuclear industry is expected to gain significant benefits from Canada and Kazakhstan signing a nuclear cooperation agreement, the Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) said on Friday. The CNA said the agreement was an important part of government efforts to strengthen Canada's prosperity... 

Tajikistan becomes WTO’s 159th member

By: Callie Lombard     22nd March 2013 On March 2, Tajikistan became the 159th member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The Customs Cooperation Council (CCC), popularly known as the World Customs Organisation (WCO), another influential international trade organisation, has 179 members, with Tajikistan having been a member since... 

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