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GRATA International
M&A market in Kazakhstan remained strong in 2019, as it was in 2018. Activity was largely driven by ongoing consolidation of Kazakh banks because of the increased capitalisation requirements
GRATA International
The mining sector plays an important role in the Kazakh economy, at 13-14% of the country's GDP and more than 20% of its exports.
Dentons
July 4, 2019, is the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On support of the use of renewable energy sources" № 165-IV ZRK ("Law on RES").
GRATA International
The capacity market was finally launched on the 1st January 2019 in Kazakhstan to encourage investment for the renovation of old, as well as construction of new, power infrastructure facilities.
Kinstellar
The Code is a comprehensive piece of legislation, which contains many new provisions and requirements.
Signum Law Firm
On December 22, 2016, a dossier on the Draft Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On Subsoil and Subsoil Use" ("Draft Code") was submitted for consideration to the Mazhilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Centil Law Firm
The rapid depletion of energy sources as a result of global population growth and increased energy consumption poses a serious threat to all economies.
Centil Law Firm
Since the acronym "BRICs" was created, investment banks, wealth managers and asset managers from high-income countries have been consistently seeking to tap the unexploited potential of the developing world.
Centil Law Firm
This article contains a brief overview of the key aspects of mining industry laws in the jurisdictions of Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia.
Centil Law Firm
Fuel and energy complex is one of the major sectors within the Kazakh economy. The country ranks sixth in the world for natural resources, and 70 out of the 110 elements in the periodic table have been explored and extracted in Kazakhstan.
Signum Law Firm
Since the Republic of Kazakhstan gained independence up to the present, legislation has been on constant development—new laws are being adopted, strategies are changing...
Signum Law Firm
Export of crude oil and other natural resources is the basic income of our country. Active development of oil and gas industry is related to increased risk for the environment.
Colibri Kazakhstan LLP
According to the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan in force as at September 30, 2015, energy producing organizations that use RES to generate electricity can benefit from preferential fixed tariffs and other forms of state support.
GRATA International
The article is aimed to summarise the laws of Kazakhstan in view of the potential local and foreign investor.
GRATA International
In the beginning of 2012, the Subsoil Law was amended with the provisions of subsoil users’ obligation to finance annually scientific research, scientific technical and development works.
GRATA International
The Republic of Kazakhstan possesses significant reserves of oil and gas, which means the oil and gas industry holds the leading position in the structure of the national economy.
GRATA International
From a legal perspective, one of the possible options for implementing a project for the financing and construction of a power plant in the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter - the 'Project') is the so-called 'concession' defined as: "activities aimed at the creation (reconstruction) and operation of concession objects and performed at the expense of the concessionaire or with co-finance by grantor" (Article 1.6 of the Concession Law).
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