Month: October 2020

What Can International Investors Expect From the Change of Government?

On October 25, Lithuania held the second round of its parliamentary elections. 73 MPs were appointed in the first round on October 11th, with voters then electing the remaining 68 single district MPs to the Seimas, the country’s unicameral parliament, in round two. IGP member Kesarev, takes a deeper look at the election results, as …

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Three Political Hotspots in the Post-Soviet Space

Over recent months, three significant trouble spots have emerged in the post-Soviet space. In Belarus, the political crisis prompted by the disputed Presidential elections has continued for more than two months; in Nagorno-Karabakh, an unprecedented military escalation between Armenia and Azerbaijan started in late September and in Kyrgyzstan, the protests after the Parliamentary elections resulted in a quick power transfer …

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Kazakhstan Snapshot: Incentives for Investors after Covid-19

To respond to the ongoing crisis and stimulate a recovery the Kazakh Government employed a range of new and already-existed tax incentives. The idea is clear – to increase the country’s attractiveness for investors, both domestic and international. Kesarev tries to find the answer why some experts doubt that these measures would be enough to …

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