On May 25, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov presented Kazakhstan’s views on the prospects of collaboration with potential investors and their business activities in the country during an interim meeting of the Council of Foreign Investors, the press office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan reported.
The Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers emphasised that adopting diverse measures, the authorities seek to maintain and increase foreign investment flows to the business sites in the country. In this regard, he noted that the guidelines of the investment strategy for the period until 2026 has been developed with the aim of developing an enabling business environment in Kazakhstan.
In particular, the Prime Minister noted that in line with global trends, investments will be actively attracted to the manufacturing, pharmaceutical, transport and logistics sectors, agriculture and other important areas.
Alikhan Smailov stated that modern Kazakhstan is going through a new stage of historical development. The country has embarked on the path of democratic and socio-economic transformations specified by the President of Kazakhstan in the New Kazakhstan concept. On-going complex improvements focus on demonopolizing the economy and improving the economic model through enhancing transparency and promoting competition.
In this context, the Prime Minister informed investors that Kazakhstan will continue to be a reliable investment partner for all entities willing to work honestly and earn money in the country.