Cost in soms, according to the exchange rate at the time of the report publication: 22 000с
Kazakhstan’s economy has undergone significant changes since independence in 1991. After a recession in 1995, Kazakhstan’s economy has been growing impressively, reaching 8% per year in real terms. Kazakhstan has set the ambitious goal of becoming one of the 30 most developed countries in the world by 2050 in 2012. The country’s main industries remain the oil and gas industry, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, machine building, chemical and petrochemical industries. Kazakhstan’s overall strategic risk is 2.3 as of July 2022, which corresponds to the elevated score range and indicates a favorable business environment.