Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – September 23, 2009


BTA signs MoU with creditors’ committee
(SRI) – BTA Bank signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a steering committee of creditors on Monday to restructure its $10.3-billion debt.

Karachaganak consortium seeks to recover over $1 billion in paid oil export duty
(SRI) – Karachaganak Petroleum Operating (KPO), a joint venture led by British BG Group and Italian Eni, is seeking to recover more than $1 billion in export taxes paid to Kazakhstan, Energy Minister Sauat Mynbayev told reporters on Tuesday.

Almaty court gives green light to Alliance Bank restructuring
(SRI) – The Specialized Financial Court of Almaty has approved Alliance Bank’s application to restructure its debt on September 18.


Roxi Petroleum names David Wilkes Finance Director (Dow Jones)

Kazakhstan plans to build NPP by 2020 – energy ministry (Interfax)


PNB to acquire stake in Kazakh Bank (Reuters)

Kazakhstan, Ukraine are big trade finance risks – WTO (Reuters)

National Bank of Kazakhstan: Exchange rates September 23, 2009 (Kazinform)


Canada’s trade minister to travel to Kazakhstan, Ukraine and India (AFP)

Kazakh hospitality (American Spectator)


OSCE raps Kazakhstan for seizing opposition paper (Reuters)

Kazakhstan says rights activist’s case not political (Reuters)

Bota Foundation will wait until its chair, Evgeny Zhovtis, comes back (Interfax)


PetroChina’s Dushanzi plant starts formal operations (Reuters)

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