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Doing Business in Kazakhstan

Marat Terterov and Nadine Kettaneh

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ISBN 10: 0749431687 / ISBN 13: 9780749431686
Published by Kogan Page Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 2000
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Doing Business in Kazakhstan

Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd, London, United Kingdom

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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This comprehensive guide to the steadily developing market of Kazakhstan will provide all those interested in beginning to trade or invest in the country with the information they need and the advice that will profit them. It includes the Department of Trade and Industry's own material on companies already working in the region, as well as details of project finance and joint venture case studies and profiles both of international companies and leading Kazakh firms and bodies. From describing the business context, through exploring the market potential, to developing a business and building an organization, the new edition offers authoritative information on matters ranging from banking services to employment law and market research. Contributors include ABN-Amro, Arthur Andersen, Ernst and Young, the EBRD, Glaxo-Beecham, HSBC Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers and many Kazakh government and trade organizations.

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Dr. Marat Terterov holds a Ph.D. from St.Antony's College, Oxford. He is author of over a dozen books addressing the business environment in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. He recently co-authored a major USAID study evaluating privatization in Egypt and, as a consultant to the UK government, has advised British companies on Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries. He speaks frequently at the Centre for International Briefing and is author of academic articles on the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. He also holds a Chevening Scholarship. He has edited over a dozen books for Global Market Briefings on foreign investment in countries of the former Soviet Union, the Balkans and the Middle East, including Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Croatia, Bahrain, Egypt and Libya.

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