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Is Chinas economy turning Japanese?
29 2017 | Viewed: 58 | Analytics | Read full
Paris touts Macron victory to woo banks from London
Officials seek to convince financial groups to move operations after UK Brexit
29 2017 | Viewed: 58 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Organizers of the Universiade in Almaty shared their experience of conducting competitions with Russian colleagues.
From 20 to 26 of May in Russian Federation, Krasnoyarsk is the visit of delegation of the International University Sports Federation (FISU).
26 2017 | Viewed: 35 | Press Releases | Read full
China's State Media Hits Out at Debt Downgrade With a Buffett Quote
When issuing their rebuttal of Moodys Investors Services downgrade of Chinas credit rating, state media didnt just reel out any old hack, but the God of Stocks.
26 2017 | Viewed: 40 | Foreign experience | Read full
Not a little list: EU draws up Brexit bill
The European Union will next month demand Britain agree to pay a fixed percentage of the EU's outstanding obligations on the day it leaves the bloc, in defiance of a British rejection of that logic as "preposterous"
26 2017 | Viewed: 38 | Foreign experience | Read full
S&P 500 hits record high after upbeat retail results
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit record closing highs on Thursday, with the market propped up by gains in the consumer discretionary sector after strong reports from Best Buy and other retailers
26 2017 | Viewed: 47 | Analytics | Read full
OPEC, Allies to Extend Oil Cuts for Nine Months to End Glut
OPEC and its allies extended oil production cuts for nine more months after last years landmark agreement failed to eliminate the global oversupply or achieve a sustained price recovery
26 2017 | Viewed: 42 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Oil plunges 5 percent on disappointment with OPEC cuts
Oil prices tumbled 5 percent on Thursday as the extension of output curbs by OPEC and other producing countries disappointed investors who had hoped for larger cuts, leading to the biggest daily percentage slide in crude prices since early March
26 2017 | Viewed: 37 | News / Theme of day | Read full
EITI Board recognises the pioneering efforts of Liberia in implementing the EITI and sets out next steps
Liberia undergoes its first EITI Validation under the EITI Standard and demonstrates meaningful progress despite Ebola disruption.
26 2017 | Viewed: 222 | Press Releases | Read full
U.K. Takes on Social Media Giants After Terror Attack
The U.K. government urged social-media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to tackle terror posts on their sites as it reinforced its demand to allow access to encrypted messages
26 2017 | Viewed: 40 | Foreign experience | Read full
Moody's China downgrade 'illogical', overstates debt: People's Daily
The decision by Moody's Investors Service to downgrade China's credit rating is "illogical" and overstates the levels of government debt, a commerce ministry researcher said in an editorial in the official People's Daily newspaper on Thursday
26 2017 | Viewed: 44 | Analytics | Read full
OPEC Committee Recommends Nine-Month Oil Cuts Extension
OPEC and its allies came one step closer to agreeing to extend their oil supply deal after a ministerial committee recommended another nine months of cuts.
26 2017 | Viewed: 37 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Donald Trump releases his full budget proposal
His plan gives Republicans the cuts they have been asking for
26 2017 | Viewed: 34 | Foreign experience | Read full
U.S. plan to sell oil reserve shows declining import needs
President Donald Trump's proposal to sell half of the U.S. strategic oil reserve highlights a decline in the biggest oil user's reliance on imports - and a weaning off OPEC crude - as its domestic production soars.
26 2017 | Viewed: 31 | Foreign experience | Read full
What Economists May Have Gotten Wrong About Refugees and Wages
How refugees affect native-worker pay is hotly-debated in economic literature, and new research takes a crack at figuring out why different studies arrive at vastly different conclusions.
26 2017 | Viewed: 43 | Analytics | Read full
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Sholpan Kozhamkulova
Sholpan Kozhamkulova, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chair, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, KIMEP, Almaty

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