American technology giants Apple, Google and Microsoft are ready to expand their presence in Kazakhstan, Interfax writes with reference to the press service of Kazakh Invest. This was stated by representatives of companies at an investment round table with the largest American companies in Astana, which was chaired by the Minister of National Economy of Kazakhstan, Alibek Kuantirov.
According to a press release, Google is interested in expanding cooperation with Kazakhstan “in view of leaving the Russian market and reformatting activities to the Kazakh market.” And Microsoft has plans to create a multi-regional hub in Kazakhstan covering the countries of Central Asia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Mongolia and Pakistan, as well as training IT specialists to expand Kazakhstani digital exports.
In turn, Boeing offers to train personnel in Kazakhstan in order to create a qualified workforce in the aviation industry.
The round table brought together more than 100 representatives of government agencies and businesses from the two countries, including more than 20 major US companies such as Apple, Microsoft Corporation, The Boeing Company, Chevron, The Coca-Cola Company, EPAM Systems, ExxonMobil, Google, General Electrics, Mastercard , Valmont Industries, Baker Hughes, Citibank and others.
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