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  • | production companies = {{Plainlist| ...gle-huntress-film|title=''The Eagle Huntress'' (U)|website=[[British Board of Film Classification]]|date=2006-11-14|accessdate=2006-11-14}}</ref>
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  • ...o.uk/releases/mongol-2008-0 | title=''MONGOL'' (15) | work=[[British Board of Film Classification]] | date=31 March 2009 | accessdate=21 April 2015}}</re ...e main roles. ''Mongol'' explores abduction, kinship and the repercussions of war.<ref name="film"/>
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  • ...ef> By 2013, [[Kazakhstan]] officials reported Internet penetration levels of 62.2 percent.<ref>{{cite web|title= About 10 million are Internet users in ...urban centers, while outside those centers access remains beyond the reach of most Kazakhs.<ref name=oni>{{cite web|title=Kazakhstan|url=http://opennet.n
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  • ...September 1966) is a [[Kazakhs]]tani [[business oligarch]] and son-in-law of Kazakh president [[Nursultan Nazarbayev]]. Kulibayev has held several posit ...called "the most important business figure in the resource-rich" Republic of Kazakhstan.<ref name="telegraph">{{cite news|last1=Orange|first1=Richard|ti
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  • ...|Republic Square]]; Entrance gate to the Park of the First President; View of the [[Almaty Tower]]. |image_flag = Flag of Almaty.svg
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  • ...r crops, with the percentage being higher in the north of the country. 70% of the agricultural land is permanent pastureland. ...affect production today. [[Kazakh wine]] is produced in the mountains east of Almaty.
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  • ...IAEA-unfriendly states.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-22026702|title=Banking on nuclear peace in Kazakhstan}}</ref> ...is located in [[Ust-Kamenogorsk]], large center of non-ferrous metallurgy of Kazakhstan.
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  • [[File:Kazakhstan (orthographic projection).svg|thumb|Location of [[Kazakhstan]]]] ...khstan is the dominant nation of Central Asia economically, generating 60% of the region's GDP, primarily through its oil/gas industry. It also has vast
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  • | locations = <!-- Number of locations, stores, offices, etc. --> | services = [[Electric power transmission]]
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  • ...<br/>[[Ferroalloys]]<br/>Iron Ore<br/>Alumina<br/>Aluminium<br/>Coal<br/>[[Power Generation]]<br/>Copper<br/>[[Cobalt]]| |series=Base Metals Highlights: Top Stories of the Day:
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  • ...company is listed on the [[London Stock Exchange]] and it is a constituent of the [[FTSE 250 Index]]. ...from 100% to 0%. [[Samsung Corporation]] of [[Korea]] took over management of the company in June 1995. In 1996, Samsung acquired a 40% stake but subsequ
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  • ...2014 it was listed on the [[London Stock Exchange]] and was a constituent of the [[FTSE 250 Index]], also it was secondarily listed in [[Hong Kong]] in ...ete on 31 October 2014 and the Group de-merged into 2 separate independent companies: a private company Kazakhmys Corporation and a public company [[KAZ Mineral
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  • |airline = Euro-Asia Air '''Euro-Asia Air''' is an [[airline]] based in [[Atyrau]], [[Kazakhstan]]. It operates p
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  • ...trategic geographical location to control oil and gas flows from [[Central Asia]] to East ([[China]]) and West ([[Russia]], global market). Kazakhstan was a partner country of the [[European Union|EU]] [[INOGATE]] energy programme, which had four key
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  • ...n [[Kazakhstan]]. [[Energy policy of Kazakhstan]] describes the [[politics of Kazakhstan]] related to energy. ...of oil, gas, and coal, as well as being the largest producer and exporter of uranium ore in the world.
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  • ...ptedby Parliament by the end of 2014. In addition, the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business indicator shows the country to be relatively investor-friend ...reduce harmful effects of the energy sector and to diversify the national power generation capacity.
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  • ...y]]. By 2011, Kazakhstan was considered to be the world's largest producer of uranium.<ref name="MerkelSchipek2011">{{cite book|last1=Merkel|first1=Brode ...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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  • ...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 | work=US Department of State
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  • ...the Workers' Party of Korea|General Secretary]] of the<br>[[Workers' Party of Korea]] ...- 8 October 1997</small><br><small>[[First Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea|Eternal General Secretary]] since 11 April 2012</small><br><small>Ete
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  • |map_caption = Member states of the ECO ...= "Sustainable socioeconomic development for the people of the region"
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  • ...ed for 33.1% of capital investment and 64.5% of direct foreign investment, of which 63.5% was in the oil sector.<ref name="usgs" /> Kazakhstan's mining i ...ipalatinsk region. Significant improvements in the environmental situation of the northern [[Aral Sea]] area has been made owing to [[dam]] construction
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  • |caption = [[Astana]], capital of Kazakhstan. ...=http://www.doingbusiness.org/data/exploreeconomies/kazakhstan |title=Ease of Doing Business in Kazakhstan |publisher=Doingbusiness.org |accessdate=2017-
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  • |image_flag = Flag of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg |image_symbol = Emblem of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg
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  • Continuous generation and accumulation of waste, including [[hazardous waste]] ([[Persistent organic pollutant|Persis ...araganda Region|Karaganda region]] - more than 8.5 billion tons by the end of 2012.
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  • ...]. As of November 2007, about 1% of the $600 billion in goods shipped from Asia to Europe each year were delivered by inland transport routes.<ref>Berk.</r ...e former [[Soviet Union]] use a wider [[rail gauge]] than most of the rest of Europe as well as China. Recently, however, the Trans-Siberian has regained
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  • |event_start = [[Battle of Hormozdgān]] ...t1 = [[Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628|Climactic Roman–Persian War of 602-628]]
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  • | parties = [[List of parties to the Kyoto Protocol|192]]<ref>http://unfccc.int/kyoto_protocol/st | depositor =[[Secretary-General of the United Nations]]
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  • ...son Why your moncler coats find very good achievements lately many because of its services. ...time and never choose in haste. You'll compare the price of the same kind of dress at remaining website as well as check the best price.
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