Business • 27 March, 2019

​27 investment projects implemented in Kazakhstan in 2018

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 With the support of the “Kazakh Invest" National Company" JSC, 27 investment projects with participation of foreign capital worth US$ 3.1 billion were implemented in Kazakhstan in 2018. As a result of it about 6 000 jobs have been created.

Currently, there are 157 projects with the participation of foreign investors from 26 countries totaling about US$ 40 billion in the monitoring system of the “Kazakh Invest". Implementation of these projects may create about 45 000 jobs.

Within the regions, the largest number of projects falls on the Almaty region - 27 projects worth US$ 4.1 billion. The top five also includes Karaganda region - 15 projects worth US$ 2.1 billion; Nur-Sultan city - 12 projects worth US$ 4.1 billion; Kostanay region - 12 projects worth US$ 2.2 billion and Aktobe region - 10 projects worth US$ 1 billion.

There is also a separate list of investors underway, negotiations with them have begun on 180 projects. In 2019, it is planned to ensure the commissioning of 27 projects and attract up to 100 new investors.

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