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GRATA International in Chambers&Partners Asia-Pacific 2017
In January 2017 a new edition of the most authoritative international legal ranking - Chambers&Partners Asia-Pacific Guide 2017 has been published.
Public-private partnership in Kazakhstan: regulatory framework and practice
This presentation was part of the seminar 'Legal and Practical Aspects of Public-Private Partnership (PPP): reviewing CIS project experience for Kazakhstan. '
Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2016: Kazakhstan
The International Comparative Legal Guide : Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2016, 10th edition. A practical cross-border insight into corporate recovery and insolvency work.
09.11.2016
Asialaw Profiles 2017 ranked GRATA International among the best law firms in Kazakhstan
In November 2016 the  21st edition of Asialaw Profiles was published – the guide to the best domestic and regional law firms in the Asia-Pacific area.
GRATA International and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer are organising a seminar on PPP
GRATA International in cooperation with international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP invites you for a free seminar on "Legal and practical aspects of public private partnerships (PPP): reviewing CIS project experience for Kazakhstan". 
Financing Agribusiness in Kazakhstan: Key Legal Challenge
Kazakhstan is among the world’s top 10 exporters of wheat which is by far the country’s most important agricultural commodity, well-known for its modernization of harvesting techniques.
Major Kazakhstan legislation changes for 2015
In keeping with GRATA’s practice of informing clients regarding important legal developments that might influence their business, allow us to draw your attention to the following changes in Kazakhstani legislation that occurred during 2015.
Kazakhstan has adopted a new Law ‘On Public-Private Partnership’
In the Address, dated 29 January 2010, ‘New Decade - New Economic Growth - New Opportunities for Kazakhstan’, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – N.A. Nazarbayev, said, in particular: “A huge potential to attract private investments belongs to the public-private partnership mechanism. We have launched this mechanism in Kazakhstan, but it requires improvements in accordance with the best international practice”.