This group conducts inter-disciplinary academic researches in economics, finance, energy, environment and technology.
Nowadays, Russia is strongly interested in developing its continental shelves in order to enlarge the oil and gas potential of the country.
The ECO is a regional organization established for stronger cooperation and deeper regional integration in 1985 with the joint efforts of Turkey, Pakistan, and Iran.
Taking into account the increasing trade flows in the Eurasian region, Kazakhstan started to make a significant investments to the expansion of its transport capacity.
Sovereign Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna (SK) was established in October 2008 by the Decree of the President of Kazakhstan “On some measures on competitiveness and sustainability of national economy”.
Currently, the regional economic integration has become one of the main conspicuous issues in the global economy.
Last year was marked by significant changes in the economic structure of Kazakhstan.
Despite the creation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), China remains the major trade partner of Kazakhstan. Within the “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) Initiative, the two countries are developing infrastructure facilities for bilateral trade.
Renewable energy technologies have become more efficient in the recent years, and as a result, more economically feasible. Renewable energy sources have always been appealing in terms of overcoming the effects of greenhouse gas emissions caused by coal-fired power plants.
The National Fund of Kazakhstan (NOF) was created in the early 2000s by the decree of the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, “on the National Fund of the Republic of Kazakhstan” issued on August 2000.
For the second consecutive year, Turkmenistan is facing the problem of decline in the amount of its natural gas customers. In 2017 Ashgabat reduced the list of its natural gas export routes down to one, namely, to China.