The Government of Kazakhstan intends to transfer to the competitive environment subsidiaries of KMG and KTZH

Posted: Zzzhan Posted: 21 January 2014 17:17 Category: Hard News Views: 767

ASTANA, January 21 - International News Agency "Novosti- Kazakhstan." The Government has prepared proposals on the transfer to the competitive environment the number of "subsidiaries"  of national company KazMunaiGas. The similar work will be done by the national company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, as the Prime Minister, Serik Akhmetov said on Tuesday.

"Today, in the government, we are preparing a program of large-scale privatization of assets, including national companies. We recently – in the last year - carefully considered the structure of KazMunaiGas company and today we have a serious proposal for outsourcing and transferring to the competitive environment many subsidiaries and affiliated companie , major oil companies KMG", Mr. Akhmetov said.

"I think this kind of work should be studied by  KTZ,"  he added , speaking to the president of JSC "NC" KTZH", Askar Mamin

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