Amid another financial crisis in the region, Kazakhstan finds itself looking for new markets for its products. According to President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the answer lies with China, as he said at a government meeting in the end of February. But other analysts are a bit more circumspect that this will be feasible. Kazakhstan’s economy was […]
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