14 November 2002 ASTANA, 14 November (Eurasianet)–Some officials and experts in Kazakhstan believe the government has lost control over the country’s energy sector and want to take steps to reduce the influence of foreign conglomerates over oil and gas development. A few have reportedly proposed tapping into Kazakhstan’s oil fund to finance new state-controlled energy […]

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