Hungary, Kazakhstan share “common past, dynamic present, promising future,” envoy says

This March, Kazakhstan and Hungary marked the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations. The common roots and historical ties between the two nations have always served as a firm basis for mutual sympathy and trust. Today, a real boost in the bilateral cooperation is observed with significant growth in trade turnover, promotion of fruitful political dialogue and the sharing of common views on many issues on the international agenda.

Dag Detter, investment advisor and author on public commercial assets: Ukraine is virtually sitting on a gold mine, which is unknown and unmanaged


By Serhz Velychanskyi

Improvement of public asset management is a key issue in Ukraine, and if in this case standards and level of living without tightening belts will be improved it is our dream. In fact, this is not a dream but a grounded theory that has become real in different parts of the world.

Any integration is always more pluses than minuses


By Eric Gatev

The path to stability, progress, economic, military and political independence of the region lies through the integration of the Central Asian countries, Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev said on several occasions, referring to the need for a practical transition from words to action regarding closer economic integration of the five Central Asian countries.

Qatar competes with Gazprom

By Kim Shtern

Recently, the growth of Qatar hydrocarbon exports to Europe has been clearly observed. According to statistics, more than a quarter of the consumed in the countries of the European Union (EU) liquefied natural gas (LNG) is delivered from Qatar. The construction of an LNG terminal in Poland began, where, from 2014, Qatargas plans to supply annually