|2015 2015 Adoption of measures to encourage investment in education and medical insurance through tax exemptions Completion of 'Zhezkazgan-Shalkar-Beyneu' road’s construction Introduction of a new model for civil servants’ reward: increase the salaries of healthcare workers- up to 28%, education - up to 29%, social protection - up to 40%. Increase of social benefits for disability and loss of breadwinner by 25% Increase of salary of the Corps “B” civil servants by 15%|
|2017 Expo-2017 International Exhibition will take place in Astana|
|2020 2020 SMEs will produce at least 50% of GDP Labor productivity will be increased up to 126 thousand dollars Children aged 3-6 will be 100 per cent covered by pre-school education|
|2025 2025 Kazakhstan will completely provide own market with petroleum products according to new standards of environmental friendliness Share of non-oil export in the total amount of export has to increase twice and three times by 2040 Translation of Kazakh alphabet to Latin will begin 95% of Kazakhstan citizens have to know the Kazakh language|
|2030 2030 Water-saving technologies will be applied on 15% of acreage|
|2040 2040 Problem of the population providing with water for irrigation will be solved|
|2050 2050 GDP volume per capita will reach 60 thousand dollars Share of the city citizens will be up to 70 per cent of the total population|
"Head of the State in the Address to the people of Kazakhstan set clear objectives, priorities, which we have to implement in order to achieve the goals and be part of the top 30 developed countries of the world. In this regard, the Head of State stressed the importance and necessity of the introduction of high technology in agriculture. First of all, it will provide higher quality products. "KazAgroFinance" started active work in this direction. We have adopted a program on financing of high technology leasing - the equipment which generate alternative energy sources, such as wind turbines and solar panels that need to be commissioned and installed in the remote villages of our country, where there is no traditional electricity,” R. Kemeshov told.
According to him, this technology will save money and get more effective resources for the life of farmers.
“Regarding water-saving technologies, the President said that they should be 15% of passive area until 2030. We have already begun work on the introduction of high technology such as drip irrigation, which is used in southern and western regions of the country. It will save funds and water, and give good results for fruits and vegetables products," the spokesman resumed.