Kazakhstan is an upper-middle-income country with per capita GDP of nearly US$13 thousand in 2013. Kazakhstan’s real GDP growth slowed from 6 percent in 2013 to 3.9 percent during the first half of 2014, due to internal capacity constraints in the oil industry, less favorable terms of trade, and...
The legislation in Kazakhstan provides for rather wide range of organizational forms of business entities. Limited liability partnerships (LLP), joint stock companies (JSC), and branches of foreign legal entities, however, remain the most popular
Republic of Kazakhstan web portal for businesses.
Kazakhstan’s economic freedom score is 63.3, making its economy the 69th freest in the 2015 Index. Its score has decreased by 0.4 point since last year
Tables of economic indicators for Kazakhstan.
All the same, faced with the economy in crisis, Kazakhstan is choosing to open up to the international business community as never before. To do this successfully, Kazakhstan must offer potential investors transparency, rule of law, and a fair way to settle business related disputes.
Below is a detailed summary of the bureaucratic and legal hurdles faced by entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate and register a new firm in Kazakhstan. It examines the procedures, time and cost involved in launching a commercial or industrial firm with between 10 and 50 employees and start-up capital of...
Republic of Kazakhstan website that provides what you should know to start a business in Kazakhstan.
The most popular forms of business dealing in Kazakhstan are Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), Joint Stock Company (JSC), and Representative/Branch office
The Sales Tax Rate in Kazakhstan stands at 12 percent.