Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Mar 13, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Oct 1, 2018
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According to ADB website, The proposed knowledge and support technical assistance (KSTA) is the third Phase of the Joint Government of Kazakhstan and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Knowledge and Experience Exchange Program (KEEP). The KSTA will support the delivery of demand-driven, just-in-time, analytical and technical knowledge products and services to Kazakhstan. It will contribute to bring international best practices to the country, introduce innovations, and enhance the capacity of staff working for the Government of the Republic Kazakhstan and related agencies.
Department for Budget Investments and PPP Development under the Ministry of National Economy
010000, Astana, Kazakhstan, 8, Orynbor Street, Kazakhstan
Ministry of National Economy
Orynbor str., 8, House of Ministries, entr.7,010000 Astana, Kazakhstan
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