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Rolls-Royce has already paid $800 million to settle allegations of corruption in several countries.
Government adds an unmet aid pledge to its list of grievances with Kazakhstan, although some progress made on border dispute.
Soaring prices, long lines and disrupted traffic are common sights these days in Central Asia’s major oil producer.
Some Kyrgyz claim Kazakhstan is hampering border traffic in retaliation for their president’s verbal assaults on the Kazakh leader.
Nursultan Nazarbaev’s talk with a Kyrgyz opposition candidate sparks row between the Central Asian neighbors.
Uranium repository in Kazakhstan may never be used, which could be a very good thing.
Rising temperatures linked to climate change are most likely responsible for steadily falling water levels in the Caspian Sea, a new study contends.
Kazakhstan launches what it hopes will be an incubator for digital money and financial technology startups.
China is projected to buy an ever-increasing share of Kazakh and Central Asian energy in the coming years.
Event’s PR chief launches attack on Foreign Policy piece panning the exhibition.