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Nov 20, 2011 9:00am EST
china. a small amount goes to russia since russia is rich itself in terms of oil and gas. >> what do you see happening in the area of energy in the next five or 10 years? >> after 2013, we think the conception of renewable energy from nuclear will increase, and there is no alternative for this. but, before, we do not expect many changes. >> is the status quo remains, kazakhstan will play a bigger role? >> i think so. in our case, our reserves are bigger than our current production. in resources, for example, we are in ninth place in the world. as a producer we are around 15, 16. we are one of and not many countries which production level is in the future, not now. >> agriculture in pakistan -- kazakhstan is very important. >> agriculture is very important based on the fed staff half of the population in kazakhstan issued based on the fact that half of the population -- on the fact that half of the population in kazakhstan have a stake. this is important socially and economically. the government has put a lot of efforts to develop agriculture, paying attention to social and economic issue
WHUT
Dec 19, 2010 6:00pm EST
last decade or so. china, at the same time, made dramatic moves in so many different areas. how do you see china right now, vis-a-vis the united states? >> is a major question. i happen to believe and have for deed time that china is in t a rising superpower. china has become the other superpower in many ways. and we should recognize this. you mentioned it to the global village. hopefully, the fact that we are increasingly interdependent economically, financially particularly -- this will lead to a degree of cooperation between the united states and china. in other words, if we suffer too much here, the chinese will not necessarily benefit but they may actually suffer as well because we are being increasingly interlinked with our economies. right now in europe, there is a renewed fear in ireland and other countries. there is no reason for americans to gloat about this. if a country in europe is having financial problems, they are going to decrease their imports from the united states. the whole global village is creating interdependent, which in some ways can be very helpful. they
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