Kazakhstan

Questions about Kazakhstan on such topics as its population, demographics and culture

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Kazakhstan

What do you call the people from Kazakhstan?

a Kazakhstani or Kazakhstanis for plural or just kazakhs.

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Countries, States, and Cities
Asia
Kazakhstan

What is the population of Almaty Kazakhstan?

Almaty has a population of 1,421,868 as of a 2010 census.

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Health
Pollution
Kazakhstan

What are 2 main health problems people are suffering from because nuclear explosion test in Kazakhstan?

few types of cancer, eg. leukemia.

frequent pneumonias

sources? cases of immigrants from the area. you probably will not find real stats since commies used to conseal everything, as well as those who came after.

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When was Kazakhstan formed?

Kazakhstan declared its independence December 1991.

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Is IBAN used in Kazakhstan?

Yes, it is. See the link.

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How big is Kazakhstan relative to the UK?

Kazakhstan area is about 11 times larger than that of the UK.

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Kazakhstan

What states or provinces are in Kazakhstan?

There are 14 Provinces, 2 cities (Almaty, the major city and Astana, the capital) with the State importance and they do not belong to any of the provinces and Baikonur, which is a city with special status as it is leased to Russia through the year 2050.

  1. Almaty city
  2. Astana city
  3. Baikonur city

Provinces
  1. Akmola
  2. Aktobe
  3. Almaty
  4. Atyrau
  5. East Kazakhstan
  6. Karagandy
  7. Kostanay
  8. Kyzyl Orda
  9. Mangystau
  10. North Kazakhstan
  11. Pavlodar
  12. South Kazakhstan
  13. West Kazakhstan
  14. Zhambyl
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Mountain and Rock Climbing
Kazakhstan

Where is the best rock climbing in Kazakhstan?

There is sport climbing near Almaty.

https://www.mountainproject.com/v/kazakhstan/108105638
https://www.thecrag.com/climbing/kazakhstan/area/664436484

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What is the capital of Kazakhstan?

Astana (formerly Almaty) is the capital of Kazakhstan since December 1997.

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What did the Kazakhstan government did to solve its environmental problems?

  • In 1991 the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site been closed
  • In 2005 Dike Kokaral has been completed to stop the Aral Sea shrinkage
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China and Chinese Territories
Mountains
Tajikistan
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan

What is the mountain range in western china that separates china from Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan?

Sarykol mountain range.

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Lakes and Rivers
Kazakhstan

Where is Kazakhstan?

It's in Central Asia and parts of Eastern Europe. It's located south of Russia and north of Uzbekistan, Kyrgistan, Turkmenistan, and Tajikstan, and west of China, in central Asia. It's geographical coordinates are 48 00 N, 68 00 E
Kazakhstan is south of central Russia, north of the Caspian Sea, and happens to be one of the 10 largest countries in the world.

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Banking
Togo
Kazakhstan

Is dr Alan bowman director of fucec private bank lome togo?

Yes i confirmed that Dr Alan Bowman is a Director in the bank.Precisely Director of Private banking

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Holidays and Traditions
Kazakhstan

When is the kazakh festival nauryz celebrated?

22 March - Spring Equinox

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Islam
Demographics
Azerbaijan
Literacy
Kazakhstan

Why is the literacy rate of Azerbaijan Kazakhstan and Tajikistan higher than in other Muslim countries?

Answer 1
Because these countries were occupied and the occupiers were notinterestedto offer any kind of education or culture upgrading to Muslim communities.

Answer 2
All of these three mentioned countries were former Soviet States. In the Soviet Union, there was a huge push towards integrating the different peoples and republics under the Russian banner. Therefore, a lot was invested in teaching the people how to read and write Russian. After independence, these countries used the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets to write their own distinct languages. During the 20th century, no Muslim country in the Arab World or in South Asia pushed for a similar high degree of literacy as the Soviets did.

We can also see the power of the Soviet influence in the difference between Azeri literacy in Azerbaijan and Azeri literacy in Iran, just over the border.

Answer 3
That's mainly due to Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan being part of former USSR that used to invest in education system substantial amount of funds.

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Asia
Kazakhstan

In what continent can you find Kazakhstan?

Kazakhstan spans both Europe and Asia:

The Ural River forms part of the border between Europe and Asia, between the Ural Mountains and the Caspian Sea. A small portion of Kazakh land is on the west bank of the Ural River, making part of Kazakhstan officially in Europe. However, about 90% of Kazakhstan is in Asia.

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Meteorology and Weather
Kazakhstan

What is the weather like in Kazakhstan?

The winters are very cold and summers are hot. The weather in areas vary quite extremely, due to the vast territory and diversity of the landscape.

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Travel & Places
Kazakhstan

What are the main citys in kazakhstan?

The to major cities of Kazakhstan are Astana, the capital, and Almaty, the largest city and the former capital (during Soviet times).

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Russia
Kazakhstan
Borders and Boundaries

What country shares the longest border with Russia?

Kazakhstan, south of Russia, shares the longest border with Russia of all the countries bordering Russia.

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Climatology and Climate Changes
Kazakhstan

What is global environment and domestic external environment in kazakhstan?

Introduction A business does not function in a vacuum. It has to act and react to what happens outside the factory and office walls. These factors that happen outside the business are known as external factors or influences. These will affect the main internal functions of the business and possibly the objectives of the business and its strategies. Main Factors The main factor that affects most business is the degree of competition - how fiercely other businesses compete with the products that another business makes. The other factors that can affect the business are: * Social - how consumers, households and communities behave and their beliefs. For instance, changes in attitude towards health, or a greater number of pensioners in a population. * Legal - the way in which legislation in society affects the business. E.g. changes in employment laws on working hours. * Economic - how the economy affects a business in terms of taxation, government spending, general demand, interest rates, exchange rates and European and global economic factors. * Political - how changes in government policy might affect the business e.g. a decision to subsidise building new houses in an area could be good for a local brick works. * Technological - how the rapid pace of change in production processes and product innovation affect a business. * Ethical - what is regarded as morally right or wrong for a business to do. For instance should it trade with countries which have a poor record on human rights. Changing External Environment Markets are changing all the time. It does depend on the type of product the business produces, however a business needs to react or lose customers. Some of the main reasons why markets change rapidly: * Customers develop new needs and wants. * New competitors enter a market. * New technologies mean that new products can be made. * A world or countrywide event happens e.g. Gulf War or foot and mouth disease. * Government introduces new legislation e.g. increases minimum wage. Introduction A business does not function in a vacuum. It has to act and react to what happens outside the factory and office walls. These factors that happen outside the business are known as external factors or influences. These will affect the main internal functions of the business and possibly the objectives of the business and its strategies. Main FactorsThe main factor that affects most business is the degree of competition - how fiercely other businesses compete with the products that another business makes. The other factors that can affect the business are: * Social - how consumers, households and communities behave and their beliefs. For instance, changes in attitude towards health, or a greater number of pensioners in a population. * Legal - the way in which legislation in society affects the business. E.g. changes in employment laws on working hours. * Economic - how the economy affects a business in terms of taxation, government spending, general demand, interest rates, exchange rates and European and global economic factors. * Political - how changes in government policy might affect the business e.g. a decision to subsidise building new houses in an area could be good for a local brick works. * Technological - how the rapid pace of change in production processes and product innovation affect a business. * Ethical - what is regarded as morally right or wrong for a business to do. For instance should it trade with countries which have a poor record on human rights. Changing External Environment Markets are changing all the time. It does depend on the type of product the business produces, however a business needs to react or lose customers. Some of the main reasons why markets change rapidly: * Customers develop new needs and wants. * New competitors enter a market. * New technologies mean that new products can be made. * A world or countrywide event happens e.g. Gulf War or foot and mouth disease. * Government introduces new legislation e.g. increases minimum wage.

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Europe
Kazakhstan

Is Kazakhstan located in Europe?

Yes. More than 10% of its territory is in Europe. However, the remainder of Kazakhstan is in Central Asia.

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Demographics
Kazakhstan

What is life expectancy in Kazakhstan?

total population: 66.55 years

male: 61.21 years

female: 72.2 years (2005 est.)

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Countries, States, and Cities
Asia
South America
Kazakhstan

What is the coldest area in Kazakhstan?

As a matter of fact, the coldest area of Kazakhstan is the northern part of the country, The North Kazakhstan Oblast, including 13 regions and 1 regional center-the city of Petropavl.

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Ethiopia
Algeria
Kazakhstan

What is larger Kazakhstan or Algeria?

Kazakhstan is larger at 1,049,150 sq. miles, Algeria has 919,590 sq. miles.

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Is Kazakhstan in Europe?

No. It is in Asia.

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