Figure within lower range of central bank's year-end target range of 11-14%.
Fastest accumulation of purchased stocks yet seen.
High gas prices, China slowdown and shifts in industrial production contribute to slower growth in Central Europe.
Drought and melted glaciers mean a lack of water for hydro-electricity generation and the last-resort use of more dirty coal to provide power.
Focus shifts from security to energy security, renewable energy and transportation infrastructure, while there are no illusions about delivering democracy.
Analysts believe this case indicates that President Tokayev feels more confident in his authority.
Issue a sensitive one for the Kremlin and Central Asian country’s Tokayev administration.
Business activity and new work rose at weakest rates in six months, though the latter indicator still increased solidly.
While in Almaty for a book launch, US political scientist suggests that if Moscow comes out of Ukraine war diminished, the ‘Stans’ will have room to set their own policies without worrying about the Russian response.
In mechanical and electrical equipment, where Latvian exports to Russia fell by a quarter last year, growth in Kazakhstan, KyrgyzstanArmenia was between five and 12 times.
New orders surge to highest level since April while cost inflation decelerates to lowest point yet recorded.
Climate change is real, and it calls for action at the global, regional, and national levels. One of its impacts is additional water stress in addition to what many countries experience already. Effective counteraction requires joint action.
His Kazakhstan-based brokerage has come under attack from short-seller Hindenburg Research for alleged sanctions busting and money laundering.
Oil supermajor ExxonMobil says that the world will fail to meet the Paris Agreement goal to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius by 2050.
Benchmark reduction of 25 bp to 16.5% comes as global trends help lower inflation, while recent depreciation of ruble pushes the other way.
Amid drought, Kyrgyzstan stops irrigation water transfers to its neighbour. Mayor of Turkey’s largest city urges heatwave-struck residents to save "every precious water drop flowing from the tap".
Extreme sanctions on Russia have dramatically remade global trade flows Russia turns to its friends to act as transit countries for banned goods. And most have cooperated, both because of pressure placed on them by Moscow and the money they can make.
An update on recent developments in Chinese-Russian-Central Asian affairs.
The Russian ruble has fallen by 28.5% in value vs. the US dollar since the start of this year but it has yet to have a big impact on the currencies of the other members of the CIS. But it could do so soon.
Astana Hub estimates that by the end of this year, about 40 percent of the revenue will come from foreign sales.