Japan's finance minister said Tuesday that his country will contribute $60 billion to help the International Monetary Fund deal with the European financial crisis, making Japan the first non-European nation to announce a contribution.
MR. Yerik Balapanov is Appointed as the Chairman of the Management Board of BTA Bank JSC
Almaty, April 17, 2012 - At the first meeting of the Board of Directors of BTA Bank JSC with new members in participation of Creditor Directors Mr. Yerik Zhumakhanovich Balapanov is appointed as the Chairman of the Management Board of BTA Bank JSC.
The World Bank on Monday chose Korean-born American health expert Jim Yong Kim as its new president, maintaining Washington's grip on the job and leaving developing countries frustrated with the selection process.
KazMunaiGas Exploration Production said on Monday it may cut its crude oil production forecast for the year after first-quarter output fell below target due to adverse weather conditions at oilfields in western Kazakhstan.
China stocks czar faces battle to win back investor trust
In little over six months as China's top securities watchdog, Guo Shuqing has let loose a flurry of reforms targeting insider trading, market manipulation and dodgy disclosure that have hamstrung China's stock markets even as its economy surges.
China To Impose Lifetime Bans For Food Safety Violators
Any individual or company that has been convicted of food safety crimes in China could be banned from the food industry for life, claimed a report by the China Daily on Monday, as the government continues to crack down on food safety violations.
By the results of press-conference of Halyk Bank JSC on the financial performance of the Bank in 2011 held on April 3, 2012 where BTA Bank JSC situation was commented, Mass media published materials which caused ambiguity in assessments.