Russia and Kazakhstan plan joint exit on the markets of third countries

Russia and Kazakhstan plan joint exit on the markets of third countries


The work on the project of forming Russian-Kazakh nanotechnology Fund, and also on creation in Kazakhstan of joint-building facilities, said the Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov.

MOSCOW, 12 Oct. Russia and Kazakhstan are considering the possibility of creating joint enterprises in the metallurgical, mining, chemical, light, woodworking, and medical industries with the subsequent exit on the markets of third countries, told reporters the Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov.

“The possibilities of joint ventures, attraction of investments (technologies) followed by access to the markets of third countries in the metallurgical, mining, chemical, light, medical, woodworking, machine-building industry,” he said.

He noted that the work on the project of forming Russian-Kazakh nanotechnology Fund, and also on creation in Kazakhstan of joint-building facilities, joint ventures for the Assembly of Ka-226T and the construction in Ust-Kamenogorsk plant of a full cycle of car production.

Earlier it was reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Kazakhstan on October 15-16, where he will participate in the meetings of the Council of heads of the CIS and the Supreme Eurasian economic Council (SEEC)