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Islamic finance in Kazakhstan
Though Kazakhstan adopted relevant legislation for domestic (such as the governed Kazakh law) Islamic banking transactions more than seven years ago and has a Muslim population of over 11 million, Islamic finance is still in the early stages of its development and Islamic products are rarely used. м
07.04.2017
Clarification of the State revenue committee on issue of electronic invoices prior to the respective law enactment
Please be informed that the State revenue committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter – the ‘Committee’) provided a clarification in its letter dated 29 March 2017 No. КГД-08-2-17021-КГД-7951 regarding issue of electronic invoices prior to enactment of the respective law (hereinafter – the ‘Law’).
Key Potential Changes in Oil and Gas Regulation
The Republic of Kazakhstan (“RoK”) wishes to change its subsoil use legislation and replace the current Law on Subsoil and Subsoil Use dated 24 June 2010 (the “Law”) by a new Code on Subsoil and Subsoil Use (the “Code”).
Chinese FDIs under the One Belt One Road Initiative: Kazakh law aspects and perspectives
Kazakhstan has high ambitions in OBOR as it is geographically an ideal junction between China and the West and its interest in OBOR is indisputable – with Kazakh government already being involved in Nurly Zhol (Path of Light), a $9 billion domestic economic stimulus plan to develop and modernize roads, railways, etc.
Customs Code of the Eurasian Economic Union
As of today, the Treaty on the Customs Code of the Eurasian Economic Union (hereinafter – the ‘EAEU Customs Code’) is in process of signing. It is expected that the document will come into force not earlier than 29 December 2017.
31.03.2017
Clarification of the State revenue committee on electronic invoice signing
Please be informed that the State revenue committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter – the ‘SRC’) clarified in its letter dated 7 March 2017 No. КГД-06-3-11411-КГД-5981 that an electronic invoice (hereinafter – ‘EI’) may be signed by one of the participants of EI information system (hereinafter – ‘EIIS’): either by (i) a head of the company or by (ii) an authorized person on the basis of an electronic power of attorney (hereinafter – ‘PoA) issued by the company and signed with its electronic signature. I.e., it is not required to sign the same EI by both the head and the chief accountant of the company.