Kazakhstan to develop long-term strategy for development of mining and metallurgical complex
Kazakhstan, Astana, April 19 / Trend D.Mukhtarov /
The Kazakh government will develop a long-term strategy of mining and metallurgical complex, Kazakh Deputy Prime-Minister, Minister of Industry and New Technologies Aset Issekeshev said addressing a meeting on the development of mining and smelting complex.
The meeting was attended by representatives of government, leadership of the Sovereign Wealth Fund "Samruk-Kazyna", "Atameken "Union" National Economic Chamber and national companies.
"The basis for the development of the industry development strategy for the future is to become a master plan until 2030," Issekeshev said.
The master plan for the development of mining and metallurgical industry until 2030 was developed in 2012 and it consisted of more than 4,000 pages of analytical data. The document contains in-depth analysis of legislation and government regulation of the mining and metallurgical complex, mineral raw resources, the current state of the industry and its scientific and technological potential, as well as activity of major enterprises.
According to Issekeshev, a set of measures is supposed to be implemented in three stages: in 2013-2014, in 2015-2020 and 2026-2030.