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Recent Legislative Amendments: Civil Laws, Banking Laws, Bankruptcy And Rehabilitation Laws And Property And Registration Laws


  1. Liza Zhumakhmetova, Partner at SIGNUM Law Firm
  2. Gaukhar Kudaibergenova, Senior Associate at SIGNUM Law Firm
  3. Ulan Stybayev, Associate at SIGNUM Law Firm

On 11 March 2017, the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan (‘RK’) No. 49-VI ‘On Amending Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Improvement of Civil and Bank Laws and Business Conditions’ came into force[1] (‘the Law’).

We would like to draw your attention to significant changes to the civil laws, as well as Kazakhstan laws on rehabilitation and bankruptcy, movable and immovable property, the bank and the tax laws of the RK.


July edition of KPMG Oil & Gas NewsFlash

The KPMG Oil & Gas Practice in Kazakhstan and Central Asia released July edition of Oil & Gas NewsFlash, which provides up-to-date information about current trends in the oil and gas industry. In particular, you will find useful information about the world oil reserves, production and consumption. The publication draws your attention to change in taxation of subsoil users.


PRIME Business Park: Международный «зелёный» стандарт качества

За последние годы в Южной столице количество всевозможных бизнес-центров существенно возросло. Здания из стекла и бетона, предлагающие клиентам офисные помещения на любой кошелёк - повсюду. Некоторые просто поражают своими масштабами и нестандартными архитектурными решениями. При этом нередко, как у строителей, так и у владельцев этих объектов отсутствует чёткое понимание, каким должен быть настоящий современный бизнес-центр и каким критериям должен соответствовать. Последние тренды на рынке недвижимости: активная деятельность RICS, использование международного стандарта BOMA, сертификация зданий по экологическому стандарту BREEAM и LEED, повышение профессиональных требований к зданиям и, как следствие, уделение участникам рынка внимания к заполняемости здания.


DELOITTE: Overview of steel and iron market

In 2016 the downward trend in output and consumption that had been continuing from 2015 gave way to greater stability, with industry indicators changing by less than 2 percent:

  • Steel output grew by 0.8 percent up to 1,629 million tonnes
  • Steel consumption grew by 1.3 percent up to 1,600 million tonnes.

Over the first three months of 2017 saw global steel output reach 410.5 million tonnes, up 5.7 percent from the same period in 2016. In 2016 China saw an increase of 1.8 percent in domestic consumption of steel amidst the continuing incentives and growth in loans.


DELOITTE: 2017 Global Chemical Industry M&A Outlook

Global chemical mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is expected to increase in 2017, but geopolitical factors such as protectionism could pose a challenge to achieving the levels of record activity the industry experienced in 2015 and 2016.

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