President • 29 July, 2019

Head of State receives CEO of Baiterek holding Aidar Arifkhanov

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It was reported by press service of Akorda.

The Head of State was informed on the activities of the holding in the first half of 2019 and plans for its further development.

In particular, the President was reported in detail about the participation of "Baiterek" holding in the financing of state programs "Nurly Zhol” and "Nurly Zher". Kassym-Jomart Tokayev also was briefed about the work of the holding on the construction of affordable housing for socially vulnerable groups, support for SMEs, the development of the export and the economy of simple things and the implementation of major projects through the development Bank of Kazakhstan.

The Head of State pointed out the importance of high-quality implementation of the housing program "Bakytty Otbasy", which should become one of the main priorities of the holding. In addition, the President instructed to set up activities of the holding for the development of SMEs.

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