In 2023, the international financial institution plans to send one billion more for the development of the country’s priority sectors.
The Ministers highlighted the positive indicators of mutual trade between the two countries, which reached US$500 million, having doubled over the first nine months of this year.
In the January-September period, goods with a total value of nearly six billion tenge were delivered to the neighboring country.
By 2025, the share of state-owned enterprises in the Kazakhstan’s economy is expected to decrease to 14 percent due to the implementation of a comprehensive privatization plan.
It now stands at 16.75 percent.
It is also noted that the participants confirm their willingness to hold meetings at any time and to take the necessary additional measures in response to the market situation in order to maintain the balance of supply and demand.
The largest volume of 1.6 billion kilowatt-hours fell on wind farms, with the annual growth rate of 38.5 percent.
It was opened on the instructions of the Head of State.