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As Kazakhstan’s economy started to recover the fall in global oil prices, real GDP grew by 4.2 percent in the first half of 2017 compared to 0.1 percent in the same period in 2016. The oil sector was the main driver of economic growth, as oil output increased by 9.7 percent.
The World Bank is working closely with countries in Central Asia to improve weather and climate information for resilience.
Kazakhstan launches an online platform for monitoring, reporting, and verifying emission sources and greenhouse gases.
Kazakhstan has a land area equal to that of Western Europe but one of the lowest population densities globally. Strategically, it links the large and fast-growing markets of China and South Asia and those of Russia and Western Europe by road, rail, and a port on the Caspian Sea. Kazakhstan has transitioned from lower-middle-income to upper-middle-income status in less than two decades.Overview
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- Snapshot: World Bank Program in Kazakhstan (PDF)
- Kazakhstan Country Partnership Strategy (2012-2017)
- Joint Economic Research Program in Kazakhstan
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