Kazakhstani farmers begin spring planting in southern provinces

To increase efficiency and share costs, farmers are forming co-ops.

Online job centre targets unemployment in Kazakhstan, an electronic job placement centre launched in January, has already helped 19,000 Kazakhstanis find employment across the country.

European Bank to improve small business loan access in Kazakhstan

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) plans to teach employees of financial organisations how to set up appropriate loans for small businesses.

Burgeoning trade with US to help Uzbekistan fulfill WTO dream

Joining the WTO will help Uzbekistan break decades of economic isolation, economists predict.

Central Asian leaders vow to make 2018 a year of development

Presidents of Central Asian countries overall called 2017 a year of changes and said they foresee further innovations in 2018.

Surge in economic activity points to prosperous 2018 for Central Asia

A number of regional and international agreements helped Central Asian states attain substantial GDP growth in 2017.

Trade between Kazakhstan, United States sees growth

Bilateral trade this year will exceed last year's indicators, reaching almost $1.7 billion (549.5 billion KZT), according to trade officials.

Kazakhstan, EBRD identify key areas of co-operation

Global competitiveness, a green economy, privatisation and infrastructure are among top priorities Kazakhstan and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development agreed upon.

World Bank loans help Uzbekistani farmers sell fruits and vegetables

Loans to farmers and agro-firms are creating 2,500 job opportunities across Uzbekistan.

Expanding agricultural exports, Uzbekistan starts shipping melons to the US

Uzbekistan prides itself on its diverse melons and other agricultural products, and hopes to make inroads into a new American market.

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