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IV Astana Economic Forum May 3 -4, 2011 IV Astana Economic Forum May 3 -4, 2011

OPENING CEREMONY Welcome Speech The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev Ján OPENING CEREMONY Welcome Speech The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev Ján Kubis Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Robert Alexander Mundell Economist, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 1999 “for analysis of monetary and fiscal policy under different exchange rate regimes and his analysis of optimum currency areas“ (Canada) John Forbes Nash, Jr. Mathematician, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 1994 “for equilibrium analysis of non-cooperative games theory“ (USA) 2

PLENARY SESSION Robert John Aumann Mathematician, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 2005 “for PLENARY SESSION Robert John Aumann Mathematician, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 2005 “for the work on conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis” Roger David Kornberg Biochemist, Nobel prize winner in Chemistry in 2006 “for the studies of the process by which genetic information from DNA is copied to RNA” (USA) James Alexander Mirrlees, sir Economist, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 1996 “for studies in the sphere of informational asymmetry” (United Kingdom) Eric Stark Maskin Economist, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 2007 "for having laid the foundations of mechanism design theory” (USA) Finn Erling Kydland Economist, Nobel prize winner in Economics in 2004 "for their contributions to dynamic macroeconomics: the time consistency of economic policy and the driving forces behind business cycles“ (Norway) 3

BRETTON-WOODS CONFERENCE The World after Crisis: Building up new world monetary and financial architecture BRETTON-WOODS CONFERENCE The World after Crisis: Building up new world monetary and financial architecture Objective Promotion and possible implementation of the ideas of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N. A. Nazarbayev on the need for changes and improvements in financial and monetary system, as well as broader discussions about the global order of introducing alternative, regional and global currencies Panel sessions v. Kazakhstan and key players of the financial system v. Islamic Banking principles` implementation into the Monetary system v. Influence of the Monetary system on Kazakhstan and Central Asia v. Establishment of Central Asian regional currency More than 30 speakers from Kazakhstan, USA, European Union, China, Japan, Russia, Brazil Organizers Reinventing Bretton-Woods Committee, Nobel prize winner in Economics Robert Mundell, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 4

INNOVATION CONGRESS: FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES Challenge definition Innovations are the way for the future. The INNOVATION CONGRESS: FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES Challenge definition Innovations are the way for the future. The rate of innovation - the central element of the Kazakhstan Development Strategy up to 2020. Innovation, industrialization and development of innovative human capital should be a key factor to ensure the welfare of the country in the future. However, today Kazakhstan faces the need to aggressively address the following issues: the low level of innovation activity of companies and enterprises, the lack of scientific and technical capacity, poor efficiency and productivity, and low knowledge-based economy and production Objective - innovative promotion, which would increase the competitiveness of Kazakhstan and bring it to a new level of socio-economic development; - the signing of agreements and memoranda of cooperation between the "National Innovation Fund” JSC and the international institutions, innovative, launching joint projects in the field of innovation Tasks -discussion of real and applicable models of economic development through innovation and signing of the framework agreement and memoranda on running joint projects within the Congress -involvement of the reputable foreign and national experts into discussions -development of specific solutions on real and applicable models of innovative economy development by the authoritative international organizations and institutes for innovation -research and development of further ways to develop a Kazakhstan model of innovation Organizers Ministry of Innovation and New Technologies, JSC “National Innovative Fund” 5

GLOBAL AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION – NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH Challenge definition The customs GLOBAL AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION – NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH Challenge definition The customs union develops into a pure economic size and becomes the new geopolitical reality. Formed Single economic space is a key area of integration processes in the CIS and the Eurasian Economic Community, which requires constant discussion to make good decisions. At the initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, within the framework of this session, in connection with the presidency of Kazakhstan and upcoming Summit of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) it is also planned to conduct the conference “The day of SCO”. This conference will focus on enhancing and deepening regional economic and trade cooperation between China, Russia and the Central Asian countries. Objective -search for new integration approaches and opportunities of competitive leadership of states by using competitive advantage and opportunities of the economy, especially economic cooperation with China, Russia and the other Central Asian countries Tasks -studying the experiences of the EU, NAFTA, SCO and other regional associations for effective promotion of regional integration and Kazakhstan’s leadership in it -study of measurement issues and improvement of competitive advantages -development of state’s integration policy, in support of competitive business and export potential -assistance for the promotion of the Customs Union and increase of member states Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade , Ministry of Foreign Affairs 6

ECONOMIC PECULIARITIES OF TOURISM IN THE MODERN WORLD Challenge definition Modern tourism is one ECONOMIC PECULIARITIES OF TOURISM IN THE MODERN WORLD Challenge definition Modern tourism is one of the most rapidly growing industries of the world. It can be regarded both as an independent type of economic activity and as an inter-disciplinary complex. Today, the vast tourism industry is rightly ranked third among the leading industries of the world economy. The tourist industry in Kazakhstan is at an early stage of development: the potential of tourism is almost not used. To become competitive Kazakhstani companies should adopt global business experience in this industry. An effective way to deepen their knowledge, express themselves, and find potential partners and clients is to discuss these issues at the session of the IV Astana Economic Forum. Objective -involvement of world tourist and hotel corporations -discussion the influence of sport and business events on the Kazakhstan’s tourism economy -research and development of further ways to develop tourism in Kazakhstan Tasks -highlighting the excellent experience models of tourism development; progress of industries connected with the production of tourist services; ecological and cultural tourism; infrastructures and hotel business -discussing ways of revitalization of folk arts and culture development; -assistance of the development of social and productive infrastructure in tourist centers; further development of the “Silk Road” project Organizers Ministry of Tourism and Sport, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 7

ISLAMIC FINANCING: POSSIBILITIES FOR IPLEMENTATION Challenge definition Despite the growing interest in Islamic financing ISLAMIC FINANCING: POSSIBILITIES FOR IPLEMENTATION Challenge definition Despite the growing interest in Islamic financing system in Kazakhstan grows, there are many barriers to its effective operation, particularly: -there are problems of adherence to the principles of Shariat in the halal entrepreneurship -improvements in the legal basis of the Republic of Kazakhstan and regulation of Islamic banking operation are required Objective -formation of integrated system of regulation of Islamic financing in Kazakhstan -assistance in informing the population of Kazakhstan about Islamic financing (instruments of financing, deposit instruments, capital assets) -open the possibilities and prospects of Islamic financing products to small and medium businesses with signing of contracts and memorandums Tasks -creation of an institutional infrastructure to provide stable development of Islamic financing, in the Republic of Kazakhstan and other countries -development of specific mechanisms and regulatory procedures in Islamic financing Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Islamic Development Bank, Islamic Institute for Research and Education of the Group IDB, “Istisna’a Corporation”, JSC “Economic Research Institute”, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 8

BUSINESS BRIDGE: BUILDING AN INNOVATIVE FUTURE FOR THE YOUTH Challenge definition It is well BUSINESS BRIDGE: BUILDING AN INNOVATIVE FUTURE FOR THE YOUTH Challenge definition It is well known that many of today’s students receive a certificate of general secondary education and go on to study without even considering a post-secondary professional education. This swells the ranks of the labor market with people with unmarketable education. And from this actuality, it is business that suffers the most. Both industrial giants, and small companies with only a few employees. Therefore, business is interested in cooperating with educational institutions to receive specialists with qualifications they need. This is more profitable than investing in training after hiring Objective -creation of bridges between Business and Higher Education Institutions Tasks -study the demand by industrial companies for innovative ideas and the orientation of universities to conduct research in which business is interested; -create the conditions for realization the scientific potential of young scientists, reaching agreements on cooperation in science; -making suggestions for developing programs that encourage business to cooperate with institutions of higher education, invest in research and higher education; -create incentives for institutions of higher education to create conditions for the innovative centers development; -raise the prestige of scientific activity; conclude cooperative agreements between institutions of higher education and companies; -promote agreement between institutions to share experience Organizers Ministry of Science and Education, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association, «Zhas Otan» , «Nur. Otan» and other youth organizations 9

Mission THE EURASIAN BUSINES CONGRESS: MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL INVESTMENT Expansion of mutually beneficial trade and Mission THE EURASIAN BUSINES CONGRESS: MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL INVESTMENT Expansion of mutually beneficial trade and economic ties and investment cooperation on Eurasian territory, cooperation in development of perspective and high-technologically spheres of economy Objective -discussing and studying the experience of international unions of industrialists and entrepreneurs, summing up of the first year of the Eurasian Business Congress Tasks -presentation of investment opportunities of Kazakhstan -sharing information on business and investment legislation between the member countries of the Eurasian Economic Community (Eur. As. EC) -negotiations and bilateral meetings between business circles of the Eur. As. EC countries -reaching agreement on cooperation for the joint realization of investment projects -extending of the number of participants in the Forum of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan Organizers Ministry of Industry and New Technologies, National Economic Chamber of Kazakhstan “Soyuz “Atameken” 10

DIALOGUE OF NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS: ADVICE OF THE MAESTROS Challenge development DIALOGUE OF NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS: ADVICE OF THE MAESTROS Challenge development The influence of scientific discoveries resultant technologies on the world economy and social structure in the XX and XXI centuries. What specific phenomena directly or indirectly determine the face of new economy. Leading scientists, the Nobel prize laureates are ready to share their opinion and give recommendations to authorities on key issues of economic and social development in post-crisis period Objectives -identify new approaches to the regulation of economy in post-crisis period and determine preferable development vectors -determine of advantages and disadvantages of economic policies -renew and implement economic development models Tasks -review of key issues of economic and social development in the post-crisis period -formulation of social and economic policy for Kazakhstan -discuss the influence of the financial and economic crisis on the economy of individual countries -summarize the crisis’s lessons and implement new tasks of the Eurasian countries’ post-crisis development Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, JSC “Samruk-Kazyna”, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 11

INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE OF APPLICATION PPP IN SOCIAL AREA Mission Improving public-private partnership in the INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE OF APPLICATION PPP IN SOCIAL AREA Mission Improving public-private partnership in the Republic of Kazakhstan through orientating it to the development of social area and determination of prospects of development within the framework of the unique source (international center) of PPP Objective -discussion of questions of further PPP development within the frameworks of the unique source (international center) of PPP Tasks -analysis of existing problems of the PPP development in Kazakhstan and abroad -evaluation of the influence of the financial crisis on realization of PPP projects -identifying potential opportunities to prepare and complete PPP projects -summing up the first year of the work of the World PPP Centers Association Key topics for discussions -creation of conditions to attract private investment in infrastructure development -improvement of the PPP legal framework, strengthening of the PPP institutional system -expanding the PPP application sphere -increasing the effectiveness of state support of the PPP projects -realization of state projects with the participation of private capital -international experience in financing PPPs Organizers Ministry of the Economic Development and Trade, JSC “Kazakhstani Center of the Public-Private 12 Partnership”

PROVIDING FOOD SUPPLY SECURITY Challenge definition Ensuring food security is one of the main PROVIDING FOOD SUPPLY SECURITY Challenge definition Ensuring food security is one of the main tasks of the world community. According to the UN report 925 million of people do not have food. In this issue the role of the agro-industrial complex (AIC) is to ensure food safety with the usage of competitive advantage of individual regions and new technologies. Objective -discussion of questions on ensuring food safety and the AIC development -achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in this area Tasks -improvement of agro-industrial complex -reduction of poverty and famine -issues of food clusters development and improvement of food security in countries -solution of problems of water crisis Organizers Ministry of Agriculture, JSC “Kaz. Agro”, UN Food and Agriculture Organization 13

THE TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS (TNC) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR ECONOMIES – ARE WE AND THE TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS (TNC) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR ECONOMIES – ARE WE AND GLOBAL CORPORATIONS FRIENDS OR ENEMIES? Challenge definition This session represents the opportunity for dialogue between transnational corporations and states officials. From the point of view of transnational corporations, the problems which foreign companies face in different countries, include tax discrimination, corruption of legal systems, lack of local skilled manpower, and technological backwardness of the countries. From the state’s point of view, should be considered what advantages Kazakhstan gets from the TNCs. Some of these advantages include the so-called side effects: technological base development, staff training, further attraction of TNCs, increase and competitiveness between companies and resultant higher quality. Also the experience of other countries in attracting foreign companies should be considered. It is necessary to attract companies which will produce high-tech products in Kazakhstan, not just use natural resources Objective -dialogue between TNCs and government organizations on problems of TNC in different countries -attraction TNCs to work in high-tech spheres of greater benefit to Kazakhstan Tasks -develop recommendations to modify the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan to create a more favorable business climate in Kazakhstan -receive information from other countries to attract foreign companies -establish contacts between government organizations and TNCs Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Ministry of Innovation and New Technologies, Ministry of Oil and Gas, American Chamber of Commerce in Kazakhstan, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 14

TWENTY YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE– THE BASIS FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY TWENTY YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE– THE BASIS FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY Challenge definition Kazakhstan on the way of independence passed over several stages: the first steps of economic policy; introduction of the national currency; the successful international policies of Kazakhstan toward achieving international guarantees of its sovereignty and independence; voluntary renunciation of nuclear weapons on its territory and proclaiming itself as a country free of nuclear weapons; overcoming the financial crisis at the end of the XX century, the challenges of the new millennium; the struggle against global financial and economic crisis; and its vision of its role in the post-crisis world Objective -discussion of questions on economic and international policy, since independence, leading into the future Tasks -highlighting of the excellent experience of Kazakhstan’s development model; sharing experience with the representatives of other countries; analysis and issues of development on global safety and the goals of millennium development; consideration of vision issues and the role of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the international arena; bringing together experts and scientists in the development of further ways of development of the Republic; sharing experience with the CIS and Eurasian continent Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Akimat of Astana city 15

QUESTIONS OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: INTERACTION BETWEEN CENTER AND REGION Challenge definition Effective territorial and QUESTIONS OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: INTERACTION BETWEEN CENTER AND REGION Challenge definition Effective territorial and regional development is very important for every country, but it acquires special significance in the countries which have a large area and a variety of geographic conditions, such as Kazakhstan. Territorial and spatial planning is one of the key instruments of creation of a long-term stable framework for social and economic development, both of the country, and of its individual regions Objective -discussion of current status, prospects and mechanisms of spatial development Tasks -analysis of modern processes of spatial development, taking into account the factors of globalization and trends of world economy; -assessment of changes in the territorial structure of the economy and the evolution of the settlement system in today’s economic development; -development of the vision of the future spatial progress through the efficient use of resources and comparative advantages of the country and its regions, optimal territorial organization of the economy and rational distribution of productive forces, formation of competitive specialization of regions Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, JSC “Economic Research Institute” 16

SME - THE ENGINE OF ECONOMY Mission Ensuring of sustainable economic growth requires both SME - THE ENGINE OF ECONOMY Mission Ensuring of sustainable economic growth requires both the development of large enterprises and small and medium enterprise (SME) development. In the history of developed countries there are both examples of SME being developed and on their basis, large companies being formed. There also examples of large companies causing satellite SMEs to develop. Development of the securities market is necessary for both SME and large enterprises. SME companies can invest in shares of big companies, which in turn will support SMEs. The Government is also important in the development of SMEs. It is necessary to carry out educational activities among citizens in order to make the financial markets and their opportunities more accessible Objective -dialogue between national corporations, representatives of large companies and SMEs Tasks -bilateral and multilateral treaties and agreements -development of strategies for progress of SME and securities market Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Entrepreneurship Development Fund “Damu”, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 17

GREEN GROWTH – POST-KYOTO PERSPECTIVE Challenge definition As a country with a sharply continental GREEN GROWTH – POST-KYOTO PERSPECTIVE Challenge definition As a country with a sharply continental climate, Kazakhstan is very vulnerable to global climate change. Climate change is regarded a likely stress to water supplies and usage of transboundary watercourses. The shrinking of glaciers will lead to change in the water regime. Possible reduction of pasture and arable land, migration problems, as well as problems of possible “climate refugees” from the southern countries. Global climate change has already influenced the economic interests of states as exporters of energy and raw materials Objective -development of method of adaptation to the results of climate change, and new economic mechanisms of environmental improvement and ecosystems restoration, in order to prevent climatic catastrophe Tasks -to assess the economic potential of the priority ecological industries -to develop recommendations for the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan on adoption of “green growth” principles -to develop proposals for progress and support of green business and infrastructure -to introduce stable production and consumption; guide Kazakhstan’s participation in Post-Kyoto Organizers Ministry of Environment Protection, School of Law of the People’s Democratic party “NUR-OTAN” 18

QUASI-STATE SECTOR: ROLE IN THE POST-CRISIS DEVELOPMENT Challenge definition In connection with necessity of QUASI-STATE SECTOR: ROLE IN THE POST-CRISIS DEVELOPMENT Challenge definition In connection with necessity of the improvement of state programs realization, the state administration acquires more importance. As the state administration in the western countries has already reached a considerably high level, so the dialogue between structures of the state administration of Kazakhstan and other countries is necessary Objective -sharing of experience between the national corporations of Kazakhstan and other countries Tasks -prospects of the development of national companies -role of the state in regulation of the financial sector -prospects of the Kazakhstani sovereign funds development -conclusion of bilateral and multilateral agreements of memoranda on cooperation and sharing knowledge between counties’ governments Organizers National Welfare Fund “Samruk-Kazyna”, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 19

ASTANA CONSENSUS: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR G-20 COUNTRIES Challenge definition One of the main results of ASTANA CONSENSUS: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR G-20 COUNTRIES Challenge definition One of the main results of the forum is to develop recommendations for leaders of the G-20 countries, which will be published in all the materials of the Forum and in the media. In this connection, a special working group will operate, which during a year will be developing a project of recommendations. On the last day of the Forum during the Round table, the recommendations will be complemented by taking into account the discussions that took place during the Forum. Objective -development of recommendations for the leaders of the G-20 countries Tasks -discussion of developed recommendations for the announcement at the closing ceremony and its presenting to the G-20 Committee -consideration of the possibility to incorporate the resolutions and results of the Forum events Organizers JSC “Economic Research Institute”, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 20

TALK-SHOW “THE MOMENT OF TRUTH” Mission For an hour-and-half, a number of selected top TALK-SHOW “THE MOMENT OF TRUTH” Mission For an hour-and-half, a number of selected top corporate executives working in Central Asia will have 5 minutes to present their annual results over 2010 in front of a panel consisting of 4 local and 3 international economic journalists of name and fame. In the following 1, 5 hours following a half-hour break, the panel can fire questions to the executives, demanding details and explanations on their companies’ performance Objective -direct dialogue with investors, working in Kazakhstan to reveal their financial and economic activity, and also advantages to and barriers against of working in the Republic of Kazakhstan Tasks discussion of the following questions : -presentation of annual results over 2010 -which industries are more interesting for investors -for which period are foreign investors planning to continue their activity in Kazakhstani market in future -corporate social responsibility -ecological problems in the Republic of Kazakhstan Organizers Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Ministry of Communication and Information, National Welfare Fund “Samruk-Kazyna”, International Herald Tribune, “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association 21

EXHIBITIONS OF INDUSTRIAL AND INNOVATIVE PROJECTS Objective Presentation of the industrial and innovative potential EXHIBITIONS OF INDUSTRIAL AND INNOVATIVE PROJECTS Objective Presentation of the industrial and innovative potential of Kazakhstan, its further development in the postcrisis period, as well as giving new impetus to the development of the real sector of the economy Tasks -presentation of scientific achievements, and the demonstration of the industrial and innovative potential of Kazakhstan, to foreign audiences -support of local industry and innovative developers of innovative projects -conclusion of investment agreements and/or letters of intent within the framework of the signing ceremony Organizers Ministry of Industry and New Technologies, National Welfare Fund “Samruk-Kazyna”, JSC “National Innovative Fund’” 22

CLOSING CEREMONY Objective -summing up the IV Astana Economic Forum results and announcing contest CLOSING CEREMONY Objective -summing up the IV Astana Economic Forum results and announcing contest awards to nominees Summarizing documents and events -adoption of an Open Letter for the leaders of the countries participating in G 20 -summing up the results of the Contest for “The Best Research in Economics” -announcing the awards for “Top Investors” -summing up the results of the Internet Forum discussion contest -summing up the results of the Youth Conference Organizers “Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists” Association, JSC “Economic Research Institute’ 23

CONTESTS Objective: imparted inspiration to and involvement of the scientists and experts in the CONTESTS Objective: imparted inspiration to and involvement of the scientists and experts in the activity of the AEF; creation of instructional materials from the economics, business and other fields Best Research on Economics Books, articles, reports and works Best Report (Youth Section) Reports and presentations Internet – contests (10 categories) Reports, articles and commentaries Database of reports, articles and materials Selection and evaluation Best works, active participation Awards Diploma Cash Awards Publications in the EFI magazine 24

INTERNET ACTIVITIES • Creation of AEF informational and communicational infrastructure • Development of participant’s INTERNET ACTIVITIES • Creation of AEF informational and communicational infrastructure • Development of participant’s “Personal cabinet” on the web-site • Development and launch of the “Four-in-one” project: 1) expert reviews 2) electronic debates 3) business projects 4) public opinion polls • Launching video-conferences from the Forum on the web-site (2011 -2012) with possibility to: 1 st stage: access interactive observations and discussions on the web-site 2 nd stage: participate at the AEF via web-site • Launching mobile version of the AEF site (2011 -2012) • Creation and administration of the AEF external pages on the informational social sites such as Twitter, Linked, Facebook, Xing, Wikipedia and others 25