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  • {{Infobox power station | name = Ekibastuz GRES-2 Power Station
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  • | production companies = {{Plainlist| | country = {{Plainlist|
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  • | country = {{Plainlist| ...ceived from a screenplay written by Bodrov and Arif Aliev. It was produced by Bodrov, Sergei Selyanov and Anton Melnik and stars [[Tadanobu Asano]], [[Su
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  • {{Medal|Country|{{KAZ}}}} ...akhstan.<ref name="marie" /> Ultimately, in May 1997, Mizurov was replaced by Vinokourov's former classmate [[Andrei Kivilev]], who was then racing with
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  • ...n.tengrinews.kz |date=19 January 2012 |accessdate=23 November 2014}}</ref> By 2013, [[Kazakhstan]] officials reported Internet penetration levels of 62.2 ...access the [[Internet]] by [[Dial-up Internet access|dial-up]], 15 percent by means of [[Asymmetric digital subscriber line|ADSL]], and 6 percent using s
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  • ...ww.dushenko.ru/news_archive/21/ A story of the main Chernomyrdin's proverb by Konstantin Dushenko, an aphorism collector (in Russian)]{{dead link|date=No ...ies at the Department of Economics of the Union-wide Polytechnic Institute by correspondence.{{Citation needed|date=March 2008}}
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  • ...manage Kazakhstan's natural resources, and has immense influence over the country's [[hydrocarbon]] industry.<ref name=oil>[http://oilandglory.com/2007_08_01 ...er M.V. Lomonosov]], majoring in "National Economy Planning", an economist by profession. He has a Ph.D. in Economics, and defended a thesis on: "Improv
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  • |subdivision_type = Country ...97, the government relocated the capital to [[Astana]] in the north of the country.
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  • ...erved = --> <!--Any particular region or regions associated with or served by the organization--> ...= <!-- or: | languages = --> <!--Any official language or languages used by the organization-->
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  • ...nd is used for crops, with the percentage being higher in the north of the country. 70% of the agricultural land is permanent pastureland. In 2011 the country had achieved record grain harvests of 26.9 million tonnes, exceeding the pr
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  • ...landlocked country]], and the [[List of countries and outlying territories by land area|ninth largest]] in the world, with an area of {{convert|2,724,900 ...f Kazakhstan|President]], [[Nursultan Nazarbayev]], has been leader of the country since then, and is characterised as authoritarian, with a government histor
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  • | country = [[Kazakhstan]] ...reserves of 1.17 billion tonnes of ore grading 0.36% copper with valuable by-products of [[gold]] and [[molybdenum]].<ref name="company website">{{cite
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  • ...<br/>[[Ferroalloys]]<br/>Iron Ore<br/>Alumina<br/>Aluminium<br/>Coal<br/>[[Power Generation]]<br/>Copper<br/>[[Cobalt]]| ENRC is now fully owned by ERG ([[Eurasian Resources Group]]), a private natural resources company hea
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  • ...42 million tonnes of [[coal]] in 2008, it had a share of circa 40% of the country's coal output (totalling 105 million tons in 2008). ...18 the [[Sovjet]] regime made a [[nationalisation]] of the coal and energy companies.
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  • ...=http://investkz.com/en/journals/49/377.html|title=Kazakhstan’s Electric Power Sector: New Challenges and Opportunities|publisher=Investkz.om|accessdate=M [[Category:Energy companies of Kazakhstan]]
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  • Kazakhstan was a partner country of the [[European Union|EU]] [[INOGATE]] energy programme, which had four k On January 1, 2013, Kazakhstan became the first country in Central Asia to launch an economy-wide carbon [[Emissions trading|emissi
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  • == Energy by sources == ...20, 2015 Kazakhstan Investment and Development Minister announced that the country would establish a special fund engaged in financing energy-saving programs.
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  • ...In addition, the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business indicator shows the country to be relatively investor-friendly, ranking it in 10th position for investo ...reduce harmful effects of the energy sector and to diversify the national power generation capacity.
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  • ...considerable importance to the [[Economy of Kazakhstan|national economy]]. By 2011, Kazakhstan was considered to be the world's largest producer of urani ...er year.<ref name="world-nuclear.org">{{cite web|title=Uranium and Nuclear Power in Kazakhstan|url=http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/inf89.html|publisher=Wo
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  • | country = [[Kazakhstan]] ...and [[Lukoil]] signed a production sharing agreement with the original two companies and the Kazakhstan Government. This is a 40-year agreement to develop the f
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  • ...Commander]] of the [[Korean People's Army]] (KPA), the [[List of countries by number of troops|fourth-largest standing army]] in the world. Kim's leaders ...s country in [[state terrorism]] and strengthened the role of the military by his ''[[Songun]]'', or "military-first", politics. Kim's rule also saw tent
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  • ...[[intergovernmental organization]] which was founded in 1985 in [[Tehran]] by the leaders of [[Iran]], [[Pakistan]] and [[Turkey]]. It provides a platfor ...reached between ECO members, the common trade market should be established by 2015.<ref name="tehrantimes.com"/>
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  • ...by-2017-75033/|title=Kazakhstan's mining industry worth almost $30 billion by 2017|last=|first=|date=|website=mining.com|publisher=|access-date=}}</ref> ...natural gas and petroleum. According to data reported from Kazakhstan, the country is one of the 10 leading countries in the world for a significant number of
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  • |country = Kazakhstan ...}$128 billion (nominal, 2016)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://data.worldbank.org/country/kazakhstan#up|title=The World Bank}}</ref>
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  • ...ttp://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/countries_by_area.htm|title=Countries by Area|accessdate=26 August 2014|website=Nations Online Project}}</ref> ...kz.html|title=The World Factbook|publisher=}}</ref><ref>http://belstat.gov.by/ofitsialnaya-statistika/otrasli-statistiki/naselenie/demografiya_2/operativ
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  • ...ated in [[Karaganda Region|Karaganda region]] - more than 8.5 billion tons by the end of 2012. ...gical sphere and equals to 70%. This is the share of two major metallurgic companies - [[ArcelorMittal|Arcelor Mittal]] Temirtau JSC and [[Kazakhmys|Kazakhmys C
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  • ...ash;in the late 1980s he founded one of the first cooperative banks in the country. ...company, in [[Moscow]], bringing together industrial enterprises, trading companies, and financial institutions.
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  • | subdivision_type = [[Countries of the world|Country]] ...ative center of [[East Kazakhstan Region]] of [[Kazakhstan]]. It is served by [[Oskemen Airport]]. Population: {{Kz-census2009|303,720|punct=;}} {{Kz-cen
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  • ...$600 billion in goods shipped from Asia to Europe each year were delivered by inland transport routes.<ref>Berk.</ref> ...ic thoroughfare, but a general route used by traders to travel, much of it by land, between the two continents along the [[Eurasian Steppe]]s through Cen
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  • {{Infobox Former Country ...inistration, until the late 3rd-century) spoken in the north and east, and by the [[seven Parthian clans]]){{sfn|Daryaee|2008|pp=99-100}}
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  • | condition_effective = Ratification by at least 55 States to the Convention | condition_effective = ratification by 144 (3/4 of 192 Parties) required
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