Kazakhstan: recovery and renewal

Interior of spherical building Nur Alem in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. [Alexander Chizhenok / Shutterstock]

As Kazakhstan faces a new wave on the pandemic that forced authorities to reimpose a two-week quarantine, the country ponders its future in a post-COVID-19 world.

Faced with the challenges of oil price volatility and global economic shock, EURACTIV tracks how the new leadership of Central Asia’s biggest country and economy is battling the virus, and the recovery strategies that will be crucial in the coming period of reconstruction.

In this Special Report, EURACTIV looks at the role of renewables in Kazakhstan’s future, the importance of skills investment and digitisation and asks whether the new economic reality is an opportunity for European investors.

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