Kazakhstan is not a well-known country for its tech entrepreneurs or so-called internet of things. But what if a new generation of Nomads in Kazakhstan solves an issue of staying online wherever you want? And the entrepreneur is female. You probably want to know.
Saudi Arabia just made a non-human woman a citizen, making it the first country to grant a robot the right to citizenship, at least as far as we know. Why it did so isn’t immediately evident, but the irony of a nation infamous for denying basic rights to its female citizens imbuing a robotic Audrey Hepburn lookalike with rights is not lost on us.
A strong dose of computer and internet earnings woke tech stocks from a moribund week, sending the Nasdaq 100 Index to its best performance in eight years relative to the broader market and putting fears of a FANG rout to bed, at least for a day.
Kazakh National Bank Governor Daniyar Akishev said during an Oct. 3 government meeting that inflation is projected to remain in the targeted corridor of 6.9 percent to 7.5 percent until the end of the year.
The maximum potential of Kazakhstan’s Kashagan oil field will be revealed in 25-30 years, when oil extraction at the Caspian field is to reach 60 million tons per year to remain at that level for a long time.
India is getting a $17 billion bullet train, but it may be the last thing the country's vast rail network needs. Work to build the high-speed link between the western city of Ahmedabad and Mumbai, the country's financial capital, officially began on Thursday, CNN reports.
The Dow Jones industrial average looks set to notch a seventh day of gains on Monday, and the S&P 500 is set to push further above its Friday close of 2,500 points. CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index, which tracks seven indicators of market sentiment, is now in "extreme greed" territory.
Kazakh Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintaiyev received two newest deputies following the presidential decrees Aug. 29. Yerbolat Dossayev and Askar Zhumagaliyev were presented as two new deputy prime ministers during the Aug. 29 governmental meeting.
The National Bank has decided to reduce the base rate to 10.25% with a corridor of +/-1% 1 . The annual inflation rate continues to decelerate and remains within the target range; its deceleration trajectory matches the forecasted estimates of the National Bank.
Global tensions sparked a market selloff Thursday that drained $42.7 billion from the net worth of the world’s 500 richest people and knocked Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos from his spot as the world’s second-richest person.
Every country’s government is trying its best to open new workplaces in order to reduce unemployment percentage. Day by day, this is becoming more difficult, because programmed machines called Robotic Process Automation are going into the labor market.
Kazakhstan companies spend annually 100 million US dollars to import office paper. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan has an opportunity to make paper for itself. But, for this consumption, cannabis (non-narcotic) have to be legalized.
The world is running out of oil. At least, it was the idea behind the peak oil hypostases might be a dominating economy for the decade. But it turns out that there is a lot more oil than we thought. What if instead of thinking about running out of oil, let’s stop buying it.
The day before, International Rating Agency GOBankingRates informed that Kazakhstan was included into the TOP five countries with the cheapest cost of living conditions. Agency associates oriented to the standard of living cost in New York during the assessment. But, if to look in the other way, the living index is expensive in Kazakhstan rather than in the USA. Why?
The ongoing oversupply of oil will keep prices down until 2017, much later than previously forecast, despite some major producers such as Canada are likely to freeze projects under construction, experts at the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Monday.
Humanity faced two world crisis from the beginning of new millennium. However, the percentage of unemployed in Kazakhstan has decreased twice from 2001 (9,2%) to 2016 (4,9%). As rules of economics conditions say, there should be partly dismissals in industrial factories and financial institutions.