The Italian-Kazakh Trade Association, founded in 2016, with headquarters in Nur-Sultan, is an association of Italian and Kazakh entrepreneurs, professionals and non-profit organizations that work to promote the internationalization of companies and help them in the commercial exchange between Italy and Kazakhstan. The Association follows its goals in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as in accordance with Italian Law No. 518 of July 1, 1970, which establish the rules for associations of economic operators. Free, elective associations created abroad in order to contribute to the development of trade relations with Italy, and which may be recognized as Italian chambers of commerce and industry abroad. The Association was created and is developing as a meeting point for the Italian business community and many Kazakhstan operators who look at the Italian market with the goal of becoming, through an extensive and recognized network, an integral part of the business community of the country in which it operates.
Activities are characterized by the following:
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