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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (38), 2011
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN EURASIAN STATES
Saparova B. S.
PhD student, Chair of Finances and Banking, St. Petersburg State Engineering Economy University
Saparova A. A.
PhD student, Chair of Economics, L.N. Gumilev Eurasian National University (Astana)

Evaluation of Kazakhstan regions according to the integrated rating of investment attractiveness (Kazakhstan, Astana; Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article presents the integrated rating of investment attractiveness of Kazakhstan regions, describes favorable conditions for investors, and focuses on the responsibility overtaken by the central power that to a large degree determines investment politics, for the significant part of investment risks. The author also discusses some negative factors in the sphere of investment attraction, stresses the effectiveness of such tools as creation of special economic and industrial zones, social entrepreneurial corporations, development of the securities market, etc. for this sphere. Improvement of investment climate is largely dependent upon the improvement of environment
Key words: investment attractiveness, activity, Kazakhstan regions, interest, investors, potential, risks, rating, growth, securities market, infrastructure, environment, perspective



Литература
1. Стратегии индустриально-инновационного развития Республики Казахстан на 2003–2015 гг.
2. Официальный сайт Инвестиционного фонда Казахстана // www.ifk.kz
3. Финансы. — 2010. — № 2, 3.
4. Рейтинг инвестиционной привлекательности регионов Казахстана // Рейтинговое агентство «Эксперт РА», 2008.

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