On April 20, the Economic Day of Kazakhstan was held by the local IHK and OAOEV in Düsseldorf. The event was opened by Andreas Schmitz, the President of IHK Dusseldorf, and featured a speech by Kazakhstan’s Ambassador Nurlan Onzhanov. The event served as a reminder of the significant strides that Kazakhstan has made in recent years. Intriguing insights into the economics of Kazakhstan were made, particularly in the most substantial areas, such as renewable energy, engineering, and agricultural cooperation.
The country has developed a breakthrough strategy aimed at positioning itself as a trade mediation center between Europe, China, and Southeast Asia. The strategy focuses on Kazakhstan’s processing industries, logistics, and significant resource base.
INTAMT is gearing up to refresh its activities in Kazakhstan that have been put on hold due to the pandemic. In addition to renewing existing contacts, we are actively seeking new partners to enhance our presence there and eventually contribute to the economic cooperation between Germany and Kazakhstan. The areas called at the conference require a significant increase in workforce qualification, which is impossible without knowledge exchange, international upbringing programs, and targeted investments in education.
This is exactly an area where INTAMT has gained experience, its reputation and a lot of positive feedback over the past 18 years.