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News section presents the Events of China Studies Centre, as well as news on Economics and Politics.

China Studies Centre, together with partner research institutes, regularly holds conferences, seminars, forums, scientific exchange programs and joint research projects, which allows to build expert competence in understanding China and gives the Centre’s audience opportunity to form a more balanced view of the development of the PRC. The events of China Studies Centre are held in an interactive format, in which the audience becomes a full-fledged participant in the expert dialogue.

China, with its huge and dynamic consumption market, is becoming more and more attractive for Kazakh exporters. China's economy ranks second in the world in terms of nominal GDP. In absolute terms, the country's economic growth dynamics is the highest in the world. China is the world's first industrial superpower in terms of industrial production, as well as a space and nuclear power – it leads the world in the extraction of coal, iron, manganese, lead-zinc, antimony, and tungsten ores, as well as wood. Also, on the territory of the PRC, oil, gas and uranium are extracted on a significant scale. China is currently in the process of transitioning to a higher value-added economy, which means that its growth will increasingly be driven by consumption, innovation, and service sector performance.