The law on the amendments to the Tax Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan was published on 22 December 2022. Below you may find the most significant amendments introduced by this law. These amendments with few exceptions have come into effect on 1 January 2023.
This alert highlights the latest changes to the digital mining taxation in Kazakhstan. A part of these changes has been already enacted, while another one will come into effect later.
Advertising and promotion of medicines and medical products
GRATA International’s specialists of the Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare sector released the product on “Advertising and promotion of medicines and medical products” in the following countries: Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Mongolia, and Uzbekistan.
On 24 November 2022 Senate of the RoK Parliament has approved draft amendments to the Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On Subsoil and Subsoil Use”
Kazakhstani legislation regulates insolvency of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs. Insolvency of private individuals has been considered by local legislators since 2014 but has not yet been introduced.
Research Institute of Private Law of Caspian University and Kazakhstan International Arbitration published the second issue of the collection of scientific papers "Actual problems of private law" edited by M.K. Suleimenov. The collection includes an article by Chikanaev Shaimerden titled "Formation and development of the institute of public-private partnership in the civil law of Central Asian countries and Russia.
A changing global geopolitical environment and China’s ambitious investment strategies are bringing resource-rich countries of Central Asia, the Middle East and North Africa closer to Beijing
On 12 July 2022 a number of amendments to the Tax Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan (the ‘Tax Code’) was introduced. Below you may find the most significant of them, which with certain exceptions come into effect on 1 January 2023.
The covid-19 pandemic highlighted the need to develop healthcare in Kazakhstan, in particular by increasing the number of healthcare facilities, modernising the existing ones and providing them with modern equipment, and by improving skills of healthcare personnel.
The Renewable Energy Law Review provides an in-depth overview of the policies, legal structures and state of play in the renewable energy industry globally. It offers a wide-ranging guide to the legal frameworks and current status and challenges in structuring, financing and investing in renewable energy projects in key jurisdictions worldwide.