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  • Kazakhstan's president sworn in for new term Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev was sworn in for a new five-year term Friday after securing a devastating victory in an election criticized by international observers.

    The Seattle Times

  • In short, Kazakhstan's strategy has been high-reward, but also high-risk.

    Slate Magazine

  • KazMunaiGas — $1.25 billion bond issue was priced for Kazakhstan's national oil and gas company, one of the banks running the deal said Wednesday.

    New Securities Issues

  • Kazakhstan's central banker, Grigori Marchenko, has indicated he may pull out of the race by next week after being initially promoted by Russia.

    Lagarde Strengthens IMF Lead

  • Grigori Marchenko is Kazakhstan's central bank governor who has brought about just the kind of reforms and macroeconomic stability in his country that the IMF is supposed to cultivate in other developing nations.

    Charles Becker: An IMF Leader From the Steppe

  • There have been some problems with Kazakhstan's pension system, caused largely by a combination of a strong currency and the lack of economic diversification.

    Charles Becker: An IMF Leader From the Steppe

  • Kazakhstan's central banker, Grigori Marchenko, had been seen as a third candidate for the post.

    Lagarde's Rival Hardens Rhetoric

  • The buzz around BIG's residential projects may soon spread to the firm's ambitious, far-flung cultural projects, including Greenland's National Gallery of Art, located in the island's capital Nuuk, and Kazakhstan's new National Library in Astana.

    Bjarke Ingels's BIG Ambitions

  • Kazakhstan's president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, speaks in the Nur Otan party headquarters after exit polls pointed to a landslide victory for his party.

    Exit poll suggests landslide victory for ruling party in Kazakhstan elections

  • Andy Murray has taken just 49 minutes to move into the quarter-finals of the Australian Open after Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin was forced to retire through injury after losing the opening two sets.

    Australian Open 2012: Andy Murray sends Kazakh packing

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