Kazakhstan temir zholy strategic plans to be kept unchanged
Astana. April 7. Kazakhstan Today - The newly appointed chairman of the National Company Kazakhstan temir zholy Askar Mamin held the meeting with the management of the company. A. Mamin informed all industrial and strategic plans of the company will be kept unchanged, the agency reports referring to the company's press service on Friday. "Our objective - to continue realization of the plans approved by Kazakhstan government including investment in the industry more than 680 billion of KZT within 5 years within the investment program for 2008 - 2012," the new chairman of the railway branch noted. He reminded that the national company has been realizing a number of important investment projects, including modernization of the existing infrastructure. As it was informed earlier, a 43-year-old Askar Mamin was appointed to the post of the chairman of Kazakhstan temir zholy Company by the decision of the operating company Holding Samruk. A. Mamin graduated from Tselinograd Institute of Civil Engineering and Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics. He started his working carrier as an emergency repairman of Tselintazhstroi. He worked as the assistant to the General Director of the Union of Innovative Enterprises of Kazakhstan. In 1996 - 2006 - the first deputy akim of Astana, Vice Minister of Transport and Communications, the first Vice Minister of Industry and Trade, the Minister of Transport and Communications of Kazakhstan. Since September, 2006 he held the post of Astana akim.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today