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The Ministry of Industry and Construction announced the imminent completion of the deal between the government and ArcelorMittal

– We inform you that the deal between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and ArcelorMittal is approaching its final stage. In light of the significance of this event, we will organize a briefing immediately after the completion of the transaction. At this meeting we will present all the necessary information and answer all questions,” announced the press service of the Ministry of Industry and Construction.

Let us remind you that as part of the deal, ArcelorMittal will transfer its Kazakh assets to an investor chosen by the government, who will be ready to invest at least three billion dollars in the next three years. This deal was adopted due to frequent fatal accidents at ArcelorMittal Temirtau mines.

The government officially announced that a preliminary agreement had been reached on the transfer of the ArcelorMittal Temirtau enterprise on October 28 against the backdrop of the accident at the mine named after. Kostenko, in which 44 miners died. On November 6, ArcelorMittal Temirtau and the Ministry of Industry made a joint statement regarding negotiations on the transfer of property