Home page About us News Contacts
- Astana
  
kaz rus eng RSS
Master-class
Interview
Foreign experience
Legal consultation
Address bureau
Analytics
Trainings
Press-releases
Opinions
How to support us?

?
Kazakhstan January inflation steady at 0.3 pct m/m

Feb 1 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's consumer price inflation was steady at 0.3 percent on a month-on-month basis in January, unchanged from December, the State Statistics Agency said on Wednesday.

3 2012 | Viewed: 790 | Analytics | Read full
Kazakh Air Astana orders 15 planes worth over $1 bln

Feb 1 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's flagship carrier Air Astana has placed orders for 15 new planes worth more than $1 billion in total, Air Astana President Peter Foster said on Wednesday.

3 2012 | Viewed: 492 | News / Theme of day | Read full
EU blocks "near-monopoly" of D.Boerse-NYSE merger

European Union regulators have blocked the merger of exchange operators Deutsche Boerse and NYSE Euronext to avoid giving them a stranglehold on the European futures market.

3 2012 | Viewed: 533 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Starbucks and Tata, Now Serving Coffee Across India

Starbucks has finally broken through India's high barriers to entry and partnered with India's flagship conglomerate Tata in a 50-50 joint venture, to start serving coffee and lattes across the country, starting with her two largest cities Delhi and Mumbai.

3 2012 | Viewed: 611 | Foreign experience | Read full
Saudis Push Young People, Including Women, Into Jobs

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia-With eyes darting over racks of sales items, 28-year-old Haya Murzouq worked the counter at her new job at one of Riyadh's busier lingerie boutiques in December.

3 2012 | Viewed: 558 | Foreign experience | Read full
Demand for Small Business Loans Most Since 2005

Banks reported the greatest increase in demand for loans from small companies since 2005, the according to the Federal Reserve's survey of senior loan officers out today.

3 2012 | Viewed: 506 | Analytics | Read full
One-Third of Japans Population To Disappear By 2060

Japan faces a significant population crisis over the next century, said the Japanese Health, Labour and Welfare ministry on Monday, after government forecasts estimated that the population would shrink by nearly a third of its current size by 2060.

3 2012 | Viewed: 468 | Analytics | Read full
European Banks Want To Borrow More Than $1 Trillion From ECB

European banks could ask for more than a trillion dollars in loans from the European Central Bank (ECB) next month, reported the Financial Times on Monday, as the ECB prepares for a second money auction designed to avert a possible credit crunch.

3 2012 | Viewed: 497 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Unsung heroes

The British economy's best-kept secret.

1 2012 | Viewed: 485 | Foreign experience | Read full
China to make Shanghai global yuan hub by 2015

China intends to establish Shanghai as the global centre for yuan trading, clearing and pricing over the next three years as part of broader plans to make the commercial hub an international financial centre by 2020.

1 2012 | Viewed: 516 | News / Review of Mass Media | Read full
Germany Warns Greece on Aid Funds

Finance Minister Says Euro Zone May Refuse Athens a Fresh Bailout If Nation Can't Enact Reforms.

1 2012 | Viewed: 518 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Fitch cuts Italy, Spain, other euro zone ratings

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fitch downgraded the sovereign credit ratings of Belgium, Cyprus, Italy, Slovenia and Spain on Friday, indicating there was a 1-in-2 chance of further cuts in the next two years.

30 2012 | Viewed: 612 | News / Review of Mass Media | Read full
ECB Chief Says Bank Helped Avert Disaster

DAVOS, Switzerland-European Central Bank President Mario Draghi told the World Economic Forum on Friday that the ECB's actions in December had averted financial disaster, and cited evidence of improvement in euro-zone markets in recent weeks.

29 2012 | Viewed: 514 | News / Review of Mass Media | Read full
Tripping the light fantastic

A fast and cheap optical version of Wi-Fi is coming.

29 2012 | Viewed: 484 | Foreign experience | Read full
Default risks could sour demand for corporate debt

More emerging market companies are likely to default as the world economy slows and Western banks rein in lending, a risk that is unnerving investors who were snapping up their debt just a year ago.

29 2012 | Viewed: 631 | Analytics | Read full
News line
To show: Local World All
Interview

Interview with Sholpan Kozhamkulova

Sholpan Kozhamkulova
Sholpan Kozhamkulova, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chair, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, KIMEP, Almaty

Watch video

Popular themes