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  • ...name="time"/> Kazakhstan has worked to develop its [[Economy of Kazakhstan|economy]], especially its dominant [[hydrocarbon]] industry.<ref name="time">{{cite ...-16th century with the appearance of the [[Kazakh language]], culture, and economy.
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  • ...ansition from a [[Planned economy|planned]] to a [[Market economy|market]] economy. From 2001 to 2009, he was Russia's ambassador to [[Ukraine]]. After that h ...became the largest extractor of natural gas in the world and the largest [[Economy of Russia|Russian company]].
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  • Starting from November 1995 – Minister of Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. [[Category:Government ministers of Kazakhstan]]
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  • ...вич Арыстанов'''}}) (born March 7, 1966 in Almaty), Doctor of Economy. [[Category:Government ministers of Kazakhstan]]
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  • ...en Kazakhstan and the USA in the spheres of security, nuclear disarmament, economy and democratic development. [[Category:Government ministers of Kazakhstan]]
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  • ...lacing Altynbayev, and appointed [[Aslan Musin]], formerly the Minister of Economy and Budget, as Deputy Prime Minister.<ref name=APPOINTED>{{cite news |url=h [[Category:Government ministers of Kazakhstan]]
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  • On August 7, 1981 the Soviet of the Ministers of Moldavian SSR approved the "Guidelines for implementing the Regulations * ''The cobs of maize and the ears reflect the republic's economy, abundance of bread, vegetables, fruit and grapes;''
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  • ...name=kz>{{cite web |url=http://en.government.kz/site/news/092009/04 |title=Economy Minister Bakhyt Sultanov outlines the 2010-2012 national budget draft in th [[Category:Ministers of Finance (Kazakhstan)]]
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  • ...li Tasmagambetov]]'s resignation triggered the dismissal of all government ministers as outlined in the [[Constitution of Kazakhstan]].<ref name=NEWCOMER/> [[Category:Ministers of Finance (Kazakhstan)]]
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  • ...1, 2013, Kazakhstan became the first country in Central Asia to launch an economy-wide carbon [[Emissions trading|emissions system]] to cap emissions from it ...ary of State [[Hillary Clinton]] said during a meeting with Kazakhstan's [[Ministers of Foreign Affairs (Kazakhstan)|Foreign Minister]] [[Erlan Idrissov]] in Wa
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  • ...Kentai. Kentai is "fertile ground" for Hizb-ut-Tahrir because of the poor economy and the government's "indifference to their woes." Yermukanov said that mos ...epublic of Kazakhstan, at the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council in Defence Ministers session] North Atlantic Treaty Organization</ref>
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  • ...Republican Commission, chaired by the State Secretary and composed of the Ministers, members of Parliament, and members of the Office of the President. The Rep
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  • In the 1930s, to improve the technical and economic state of the national economy, development of higher technical education was prioritized. ...ional Technical University based on Decree No. 43 issued by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Kazakhstan on January 7, 1994 and in accordance with Ord
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  • ...ed Jueluowu, and burnt the royal camp. All the tribes were scattered - its ministers Sazhi and Pang Tele with fifteen clans fled to the Karluks, the remaining m ...southern marches of the Tian Shan,<ref>{{cite book|title=Beyond the Pass: Economy, Ethnicity, and Empire in Qing Central Asia, 1759-1864|first=James A.|last=
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  • ...n contrast, Kim Jong-il demanded absolute obedience and agreement from his ministers and party officials with no advice or compromise, and he viewed any slight The state-controlled [[economy of North Korea]] struggled throughout the 1990s, primarily due to mismanage
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  • ...[[European Union]].<ref name="tehrantimes.com">http://www.tehrantimes.com/economy-and-business/98000-official-irans-share-of-eco-trade-stands-at-10-billion-< ...eb.archive.org/web/20090502233616/http://www.iran-daily.com/1387/3323/html/economy.htm |date=2 May 2009 }}</ref> Under the agreement reached between ECO membe
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  • ...esented by the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council (consisting of the Prime Ministers of member states). The day-to-day work of the EAEU is done through the [[Eu ...Novosti}}</ref><ref name=ratifysoon>{{cite web|url=http://arka.am/en/news/economy/eurasian_economic_union_countries_and_armenia_arrange_to_ratify_accession_a
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  • ...solid waste accumulation is of special concern in [[Kazakhstan]] given its economy's reliance on extraction and processing industries, which produce a huge am * Reducing the resource dependence of the economy and natural resource input per unit of output;
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  • ...s [[management]]. It became one of the most advanced sectors of the Kazakh economy, which was equipped with advanced aviation technology. By the early 1980s m ...the Supreme Soviet]]. In the 1980s Kuznetsov was awarded the [[Council of Ministers of USSR]], and he was elected as a [[deputy (legislator)|deputy]] of the [[
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  • ...of the Kazakh SSR|Chairman]] of the [[Government of Kazakhstan|Council of Ministers]] of the [[Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic|Kazakh SSR]] Kunayev was deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers of the [[Kazakh SSR]] from 1942 to 1952. In 1947, 1951, 1955 and 1959 he al
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  • ...htar Altynbayev]], and appointed [[Aslan Musin]], formerly the Minister of Economy and Budget, as Deputy Prime Minister.<ref name=APPOINTED>{{cite web|url=htt {{Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan}}
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  • ...k/geos/kz.html Kazakhstan] CIA The World Factbook</ref> and as Minister of Economy and Budget Planning, Minister of Transport and Communications in 2001.<ref ...s criticism of his administrative oversight of [[Economy of Kazakhstan|the economy]].<ref name=FORPM/><ref name=AKHMRESIG>[http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/
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  • ...f the KGB." Free Press, New York, 2007.] ISBN 978-1-4165-5165-2.</ref> The economy was destroyed and the [[warlord]]s had no intention to disband their militi [[Category:Defence ministers]]
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  • ...1956, in a joint decree of the CPSU Central Committee and USSR Council of Ministers a separate line was written: «On the basis of Amangeldy bauxite deposits c ...0% of bauxite ores in the USSR. But despite the industrial production, the economy of [[Torgay Region]] was behind other regions of Kazakhstan due to large ag
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  • ...seen by the Soviet Union’s [[Council of Ministers of the USSR|Council of Ministers]]. His first assignment (1975) was to the Eastern European Branch of the In ..., 1998: "Terrorist and Intelligence Operations: Potential Impact on the US Economy"]
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  • ...-year plans]], approved by the [[Government of the Soviet Union|council of ministers]] and the [[Politburo]]. Nobody on a lower level would dare to say a word c ...mov]] to consolidate his power rather than a move away from a Soviet-style economy and its philosophy of exploitation of the land. Murray attributes the shrin
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  • ...the CEO of [[Samruk-Kazyna]] Sovereign Wealth Fund and as the Minister of Economy and Budget Planning in the [[Government of Kazakhstan]].<ref name=MEBP>[htt [[Category:Ministers of Economy (Kazakhstan)]]
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  • ...|Deputy Chairman]] of the [[Council of Ministers (Soviet Union)|Council of Ministers]] ...Pravda]]'' published an article where he proposed to reorganize the Soviet economy and generally supported the similar ideas of [[Nikita Khrushchev]]. During
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  • ...t Union|Chairman]] of the [[Council of Ministers (Soviet Union)|Council of Ministers]], the majority, headed by Brezhnev, wanted to remove him from active polit ...harge of economic administration in his role as Chairman of the Council of Ministers. Kosygin's position was weakened when he proposed an economic reform in 196
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  • ...grants.<ref>{{cite book|author=Baten, Jörg |title=A History of the Global Economy. From 1500 to the Present.|date=2016|publisher=Cambridge University Press|p ...t area.<ref>{{cite book|author=Baten, Jörg |title=A History of the Global Economy. From 1500 to the Present.|date=2016|publisher=Cambridge University Press|p
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  • The Sassanian rulers always considered the advice of their ministers. A Muslim historian, [[Masudi]], praised the "excellent administration of t ...was the translation of the Indian ''[[Panchatantra]]'' by one of Khosrau's ministers, [[Borzuya]]. This translation, known as the ''Kalīlag ud Dimnag'', later
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  • ...(in some culture zones eponymous) ancestor, possessing a common territory, economy, language, culture, religion, and sense of identity. In reality, tribes wer ==== Economy ====
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  • ...r and will be reelected due to the strength of [[Economy of Kazakhstan|the economy]]. He called Kazakhstan a "very strong state" that if need be, will "quell ...04.shtml Nazarbayev seeks to close Kazakhstani political sphere by opening economy] EurasiaNet</ref>
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  • ...|accessdate=16 September 2011}}</ref> He previously served as Minister of Economy and Budget Planning of Kazakhstan from 4 October 2006 to 9 January 2007. Pr ...active in Kazakhstan said, "Incipient trend of [[Economy of Kazakhstan|the economy]] will be [[Petroleum|oil]] and [[Natural gas|gas]]. All oil deals have loc
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  • ...oth Panitchpakdi and Zhaksybekov agreed that Kazakhstan "needs to make its economy more competitive before joining." The WTO credited the government for liber [[Category:Government ministers of Kazakhstan]]
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  • ...016/12/kazakh-president-appoints-new-foreign-minister-minister-of-national-economy/|agency=Astana Times}}</ref> *[[List of foreign ministers in 2017]]
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  • ...er in the political economy department of the Almaty Institute of National Economy. {{Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan}}
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  • ...al-technological development and increased competitiveness of the national economy; ...<ref name="who11" /> During the meetings Kazakhstan's and Turkey's foreign ministers announced their intentions to further deepen bilateral political and econom
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  • ...ive of the USSR; the tension between the party and the state ([[Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union]]) for the shifting locus of power was never formally r ...nomy]]. Gorbachev and some of his allies envisioned the introduction of an economy similar to Lenin's New Economic Policy through a program of [[perestroika]]
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