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Astana Financial Center: Economic Engine of the City

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ACIR Southern Europe

The Astana Financial Center is one of the main economic engines of the city. It is an area that is home to numerous international and local companies, making it an important business center. Additionally, some of the tallest and most modern buildings in the country, such as the Bayterek Tower and the Khan Shatyr Tower, can be found in this area. It is expected that in the coming years, new buildings will be constructed and transportation infrastructure will be expanded, which will attract more companies and increase the city’s international importance.

Instruments of the Astana Financial Center

The Astana Financial Center offers several financial instruments to attract international and local companies. These instruments include:

  • Special Economic Zone (SEZ): The SEZ is an area where reduced taxes and tariffs are applied, allowing companies to reduce their production costs and increase their competitiveness in the global market.
  • International Arbitration Center (IAC): The IAC is an independent arbitration center that allows companies to resolve legal disputes quickly and effectively.
  • Astana International Court (AIC): The AIC is an international court established to resolve international trade disputes.
  • Astana Stock Exchange (KASE): KASE is the main stock exchange in Kazakhstan and offers trading services for securities, derivatives, and other financial instruments.

These financial instruments are part of the Kazakhstani government’s vision to make Astana a global financial center and attract foreign investments to the city.

The Astana Financial Center is one of the main economic engines of the city. It is an area that is home to numerous international and local companies, making it an important business center. Additionally, some of the tallest and most modern buildings in the country, such as the Bayterek Tower and the Khan Shatyr Tower, can be found in this area.

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