Kazakhstan has continued to recover strongly from the impacts of the global financial and economic crisis. Real GDP grew by 7.5% in both 2010 and 2011, and a rebound in agricultural output from the drought of 2010 has also contributed to economic expansion. Read More »
As of September 2012, Bank cumulative lending to Kazakhstan was more than US$ 6.7 billion for 39 loans since 1992. The current portfolio consists of 12 projects that support Government efforts to manage oil revenues, promote competitiveness, invest in human capital and basic infrastructure, and ensure environmentally friendly growth.
Kazakhstan : Lending By Volume (Millions Of US Dollars)