Kazakhstan leads all Central Asian countries in FDI inflows - more than 70% of all the FDI into the region are directed into Kazakhstan. Hundreds of new projects jointly financed by foreign investors are implemented annually and drive economic growth & modernization across Kazakhstan’s Priority Sectors.
President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed a law in December 2019 exempting micro and small businesses from taxes for three years.1
Each of Kazakhstan's 14 administrative regions and oblasts offer unique resources and market opportunities for foreign investors. See our interactive map that presents these favorable conditions and opportunities that are unique to Kazakhstan.
Fighting corruption is one of the priorities of President Tokayev and is fundamental to Kazakhstan’s 100 Concrete Steps programme, the massive reform project intended to accelerate the country’s development, and realization of Kazakhstan 2050 S... Read more
Astana International Finance Centre
Kazakhstan enters a new phase of the development after a period of high economic growth. The crisis of 2007-2009 was successfully overcome through the use of accumulated resources. Sovereign wealth funds, established in the previous years, play... Read more
The Government of Kazakhstan has made significant efforts to remove bureaucratic obstacles to investment and the creation of an attractive business environment, which has been consistently reflected in the last four editions of the World Bank’s... Read more
Invest in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan’s Investment Code guarantees foreign firms equality between local and foreign investors, protection of investor’s rights, arbitration of disputes, guarantees against nationaliza... Read more
Due to political and economic stability in Kazakhstan, the abundance of natural resources, as well as high annual economic growth over the past several years, foreign investors continue invest in Kazakhstan and view it as a favorable place to d... Read more