Indian businesses prepare to enter Kazakh market

Indian businesses are exploring to invest in a slew of sectors including infrastructure and energy in resource rich and Central Asia’s biggest state Kazakhstan.

New Delhi -Indian businesses are exploring to invest in a slew of sectors including infrastructure and energy in resource rich and Central Asia’s biggest state Kazakhstan.

Ambassador of Kazakhstan Bulat Sarsenbayev, Deputy Chairman of JSC National Company “Kazakh Invest” Marat Birimzhan, Director of the Regional Representative Office of the JSC Sovereign Welfare Fund “Samruk-Kazyna” Iskander Baitasov, as well as the Chairman of the Kazakh company “AlageumGroup” Yerkebulan Ilyasov held meetings with Indian entrepreneurs.

During the meetings, the Indian business community was presented with detailed information on business opportunities in Kazakhstan, conditions, state support and competitive advantages to attract foreign investment.

The two sides held discussion on the projects presented during the Kazakhstan-India Investment Forum, held on November 12-14 in Delhi. A number of projects in the fields of energy, industry, agriculture, infrastructure and finance, as well as the capabilities of the Astana International Financial Center were discussed.

In particular, negotiations with NTPC Limited, Investment Fund of India, Millennial India International Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture were held during that event.

A Kazakh-Indian Investment forum will be held on April 5 in Kolkata. The purpose of the forum is to enhance investment cooperation between Kazakhstan and India, as well as to strengthen ties between the two countries’ entrepreneurs.

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