China’s Silk Road Fund, a $40 billion pool set up to invest along the nation’s ancient trade routes with Central Asia, is discussing a joint bid for Glencore Plc’s gold mine in Kazakhstan The post Silk Road Fund said to weigh offer for $2b Glencore Mine appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
It is the right time to invest in Kazakhstan, taking advantage of the country’s transformation process, which involves diversifying its revenue and opening up its economy to the world.
Kazakhstan names Kanat Bozumbayev, a former head of the country's power grid, as its new energy minister.
The development of 68 major projects, representing 27 billion barrels of oil reserves — many of which were expensive, deep-water projects as well as projects in Africa and Kazakhstan — were pushed back last year, according to an industry report by Wood Mackenzie, an energy consulting firm.
KKR & Co. founder Henry Kravis, Blackstone Group LP Chairman Stephen Schwarzman and Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein were among the guests when Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev hosted a dinner in New York. Apart from the dining at the Four Seasons Hotel, there was access to a possible $93 billion on the table as Nazarbayev, who presides over Central Asia’s biggest energy exporter, seeks to boost returns on the country’s wealth...
The Central Asian nation of Kazakhstan is seeking to boost returns on a possible $93 billion in wealth funds, and some of real estate’s biggest private equity players could be the beneficiaries.
American billionaire and investor Jim Rogers is thinking about investing in Kazakhstan. He came to Kazakhstan for the Astana Invest 2015, an international investment forum held on October 29-30 in Ka...
Joseph Chetrit, the developer of the most expensive New York City apartment ever listed for sale, settled a lawsuit claiming he helped launder money stolen from Kazakhstan by pouring it into two ritzy condominium projects.
<span style="line-height: 20.8px;">The urge to coordinate and the push to elbow out competitors continue to be the hallmarks of the emerging global crude equation.</span>
Overseas acquisitions by state-backed oil and gas giants are expected to pick up soon from a multiyear low blamed on a continuing corruption crackdown and a sharp fall in oil prices that have weakened their financial positions, according to analysts and deal advisers.