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AS PART OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE “ECONOMY OF ORDINARY MATTER” 400 BILLION US DOLLARS WERE ALLOCATED FOR BUSINESS PROJECTS IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AND SERVICES. TENGE

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The allocated $ 600 billion. 400 bln. Tenge is directed to processing industry and services. It will enable the production of about 250 industrial goods, which Kazakhstani people use on a daily basis. Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Roman Sklyar has made it public at the Government session on the implementation of the program of preferential lending of “ordinary subjects economy” as part of implementation of the President’s instructions.

“Financing of the business project within the framework of the development of” ordinary economy “will allow to create 16 thousand permanent jobs by 2025, to the budget – 1.1 trillion. to ensure tax revenues and to reduce the share of imports of products of “economy of ordinary goods” from 59 to 37%. The contribution of the Program to the country’s economy will be 2.4% by 2025. Today, 5 banks of the second level are taking part in the program. From the moment of implementing the Program (from the beginning of February this year), a total of $ 35 billion has been invested. Over 30 applications were received from the state budget, “the Minister said.

In order to effectively achieve the tasks of the “economy of ordinary matter” and to bring the funds to specific businessmen, the Ministry jointly with the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs “Atameken” made recommendations.

“Consideration of the loan guarantee instruments as part of the financing mechanism, along with the project subsidy. Within the framework of the “Business Roadmap 2020″, up to 1.8 billion tenge in the manufacturing industry will be increased from 20% to 50%. Ensure financing of working capital up to 50% of the loan amount. In order to prevent the disbursement of funds for other purposes, it is recommended that circulating assets be used for payments on taxes and other obligatory payments, for current payments for servicing loans, loans or lease contracts and other purposes not related to the basic production activity ” , – said Roman Sklyar.

Considering the fact that the main part of goods in the “economy of ordinary things” belongs to the sphere of construction industry, light and furniture industry together with interested state bodies and National Chamber of Entrepreneurs “Atameken” a Roadmap for the development of light and furniture industry, construction materials has been developed.

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“In order to promote domestic products and improve their accessibility in the domestic market, measures will be developed to increase the supply of domestic commodity markets. The industry needs to be taken into account when creating a government educational order to provide enterprises with highly qualified personnel. There are also measures to attract investment in these sectors to implement projects using advanced technologies. In general, we aim to develop all the added value chains from raw materials to ready products, “the Minister said.

The road map envisages implementation of more than 150 events. Consequently, the share of local content in the regulated procurement of products in the medium term exceeds 50%, the quality of produced products increases, the volume of counterfeit products decreases. Implementation of the proposed measures annually makes 73 billion tenge for construction materials, light and furniture products. tenge (from 2019-2021 to -219 billion tenge) .

Source: Ministry of investments and Developments

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