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1 209 просмотрs “Bulat Utemuratov richest man in Kazakhstan – Forbes" - For the 29th annual guide to the globe's richest, Forbes found a record 1,826 billionaires, including 5 Kazakhstanis, with an aggregate net worth of $7.05 trillion, up from $6.4 trillion a year ago, Kazinform has learnt from AKI Press. Despite plunging oil prices and a weakened euro, the ranks of the world's wealthiest defied global economic turmoil and expanded yet again. “OSCE: Draft law in Kazakhstan could seriously restrict NGO activities to promote freedom of media"-OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović warned of new legislation in Kazakhstan that could limit the activities of NGOs, including media NGOs, OSCE said in a release on October 19. “Son of Late PM Pierre Trudeau Becomes Canada's New PM" - Canadians voted for a sharp change in their government Monday, returning a legendary name for liberals, Trudeau, to the prime minister's office and resoundingly ending Conservative Stephen Harper's near-decade in office. Justin Trudeau, the son of late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, became Canada's new prime minister after his Liberal Party won a majority of Parliament's 338 seats. Trudeau's Liberals had been favored to win the most seats, but few expected the final margin of victory.'Mars Buddha' Rock Formation Sends Imaginations Running Wild - Another day, another discovery on Mars -- although this one is up for debate. We've spotted rock formations on the Red Planet resembling everything from faces, animals and even a floating spoon. Go ahead and add an area that looks a lot like a Buddha statue to that list. “Weak tenge, rising competition cut Kazakh mobile firm KCell's profit”- Kazakhstan's mobile phone operator KCell , controlled by Sweden-based TeliaSonera, its net profit dropped in January-September due to mounting competition and a sharp fall in the Kazakh tenge. The London-listed company said its net profit fell by 13 percent in the first nine months of 2015 year-on-year to 39.67 billion tenge ($143 million), while revenue dropped by 8.8 percent to 128.8 billion tenge in the same period.

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