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GREEN ENERGY GENERATION FEASIBILITY STUDY BOOK-VII                                                  (FOR OUR CHILDRENS WE HAVE TO PRESERVE OUR NATURE)

 

HISTORY OF KAZAKHSTAN

The indigenous Kazakhs were a nomadic Turkic people who belonged to several divisions of Kazakh hordes. They grouped together in settlements and lived in dome-shaped tents made of felt called yurts. Their tribes migrated seasonally to find pastures for their herds of sheep, horses, and goats. Although they had chiefs, the Kazakhs were rarely united as a single nation under one great leader. Their tribes fell under Mongol rule in the 13th century and they were dominated by Tartar khanates until the area was conquered by Russia in the 18th century.

The area became part of the Kirgiz Autonomous Republic formed by the Soviet authorities in 1920, and in 1925 this entity's name was changed to the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Kazakh ASSR). After 1927, the Soviet government began forcing the nomadic Kazakhs to settle on collective and state farms, and the Soviets continued the czarist policy of encouraging large numbers of Russians and other Slavs to settle in the region.

Owing to the region's intensive agricultural development and its use as a testing ground for nuclear weapons by the Soviet government, serious environmental problems developed by the late 20th century. Along with the other central Asian republics, Kazakhstan obtained its independence from the collapsing Soviet Union in 1991. Kazakhstan proclaimed its membership in the Commonwealth of Independent States on Dec. 21, 1991, along with ten other former Soviet republics. In 1993, the country overwhelmingly approved the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. President Nursultan Nazarbayev restructured and consolidated many operations of the government in 1997, eliminating a third of the government's ministries and agencies. In 1997, the national capital was changed from Almaty, the largest city, to Astana (formerly Aqmola).

 

KAZAKHSTAN LIBRARY BOOK-VII

KAZAKHSTAN TAX GUIDE

KAZAKHSTAN TAX GUIDE (PKF)

KAZAKHSTAN COUNTRY INFORMATION (EXTRACTION FROM CIA BOOK)

CODE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN FOR TAXATION

GDP AND DEMOGRAPHY

GUIDE TO TAXATION KAZAKHSTAN-DELOITTE

CLIMATIC CONDITIONS

DOING BUSINE IN KAZAKHSTAN-PRICE WATER HOUSE

GEOLOGICAL AND SESMIC DATA

KAZAKHSTAN OIL AND GAS TAX GUIDE-ERNEST YOUNG

HOW TO MAKE BUSINESS AT REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

 

MACRO ECONOMIC DATA

CLIMATE CHANGE KNOWLEDGE PORTAL

OIL AND CIS COUNTRIES

KAZAKHSTAN PROJECTS MAP

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

   

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