Politics • 06 June, 2019

Kazakhstan and Singapore enhancing trade, economic and investment cooperation

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Within the framework of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Alikhan Smailov met with the Minister of Trade and Industry of the Republic of Singapore Koh Poh Koon, reports the press service of PM.

During the meeting, the development of trade, economic and investment cooperation between Kazakhstan and Singapore was discussed. Particular attention was paid to the Agreement on Free Trade in Services and Investments between the two countries.

“We have great potential to increase trade, which will be facilitated by the creation of the free trade zone. We plan to sign the agreement this fall,” said Smailov.

Kazakhstan is ready to make every effort to complete the negotiations within the designated time frame.

“The future Agreement will become an important tool for increasing trade, economic and investment cooperation between our countries,” Smailov said.

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