BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 24. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) started work in Kazakhstan to assess the degree of transparency of the financial sector, Trend reports, citing the Central Communications Service under the President.
The mission will study fiscal projection and budgeting, budget reporting fiscal risk analysis and management, as well as resource revenue management.
In the framework of the meeting, the IMF representatives met with the National Economy Vice Minister Azamat Amrin.
The vice minister said that the recommendations of the IMF will be used to improve of the fiscal policy, including the development of the Budget and Tax Codes.
The IMF mission will run through February 6. A series of meetings with lawmakers of the Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan and representatives of central government bodies are expected to take place in the framework of the mission.