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30 Октября, 2013 11:10

Mini EXPO-2014 to be held in East Kazakhstan region

It is planned to organize mini EXPO-2014 in East Kazakhstan region, Governor of East Kazakhstan region Berdybek Saparbaev said at a meeting on preparation for the events related to the introduction of energy-saving technologies, new developments and technologies for the use of alternative energy sources.
Mini EXPO-2014 to be held in East Kazakhstan region | Strategy2050.kz

Scientiests of the leading universities such as KAZNU named after Al-Farabi and ENU named after Gumilev presented scientific projects at the meeting.

"Our country is chosen to host “EXPO-2017" exhibition. The implementation of innovative projects, new technologies are carried out in all regions of the country, particularly in the East Kazakhstan region. I would like to see our region to become expo oriented region of the country," Berdybek Saparbaev said in his speech.

According to him, 20 wind farms were comissioned, but still there is a problem of power shortage. The number of mountain rivers of the area is more than 700, and these rivers can be used in energy-saving purposes.

Governor said that the best scientific projects selected by the Commision will be realized at the expense of regional budget.


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SMEs will make up at least 50% of the GDP

abour productivity will reach up to $126 000 and 3 to 6 y.o. kids will have 100% access to pre-school education in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan will fully satisfy its own market of POL in compliance with the new environmental standards

The share of non-primary exports in total exports will double and triple by 2040

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95% of the population will speak Kazakh

15% of the area under cultivation will make use of water-saving technologies.

The issue of providing water for irrigation will be resolve

GDP per capita will stand at $60 000

The urban population will represent 70% of the total population in Kazakhstan