The slowdown in global economic growth and the drop in energy prices are increasing market competition and stimulating protective measures. The question is whether this will grow into a more serious spiral of protectionism, or stop at some point. Current tendencies indicate that governments must be prepared for global shifts and begin stimulating tech industries. One of the most effective tools in this field could be tax incentives for priority sectors of the economy. What kind of tax policy should Kazakhstan and other states choose in the context of these reforms, and what are the problems and opportunities internet to these new conditions?
Senior Partner of the Center for Strategic Initiatives
Partner of the Center for Strategic Initiatives
First Vice-Minister of National Economy of RK
Partner and Managing Director BCG
Deputy Chairman of the Board of NPP RK "Atameken"
president of the Economic Research Foundation Mikhail Khazin
Vice President of the Alageum Group of Companies
Chairman of the Board of Bank CenterCredit JSC
Director, Institute of world politics and Economics
Head of the Center for Strategic Research and Analysis of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Managing Partner of Tengri Partners