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The Minister of Industry and Construction of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kanat Sharlapayev, held a meeting with Matthias Krantz, President of Linde GmbH for the Eastern Europe region, to discuss prospects for expanding cooperation and investments in the economy of Kazakhstan.

Linde GmbH, a leading global manufacturer of industrial gases and developer of technologies for industry and medicine, confirmed its interest in further investments in Kazakhstan. Matthias Krantz expressed satisfaction with the current level of cooperation and noted that Kazakhstan is a strategically important market for the company. Over the past year, Linde has implemented several significant projects in the country, strengthening its positions in the local market.

During the meeting, issues of further development of cooperation were discussed, particularly in the context of green energy and environmentally sustainable technologies. The head of the industrial and construction department emphasized that the Government of Kazakhstan attaches great importance to attracting investments in the green energy sector and is ready to support projects aimed at the sustainable development of the economy.

In addition, a proposal for cooperation between Linde and major Kazakhstani metal producers, including the company “Qarmet,” was discussed, which could open up new opportunities for both sides.

It is worth noting that in September 2023, during a meeting between the Head of State Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and the Senior Vice President of Linde GmbH Oliver Pfannom, the company expressed readiness to increase its investment activities in the Republic of Kazakhstan with an investment volume of 1 billion US dollars.

Press service of the Ministry of Industry and Construction of the Republic of Kazakhstan