Demonopolization of civil aviation market is expected in Kazakhstan
Astana. July 1. KazTAG - Demonopolization of the civil aviation market is expected in Kazakhstan.
“Measures to de-monopolize the civil aviation services, public transport and financial markets were considered at the meeting,” the government press service said on Friday following a meeting of the commission on de-monopolization of the economy chaired by Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov.
The head of government supported proposals to increase the share of exchange trading in jet fuel from 10% to 20%, increase the duration of the open skies regime at airports from 3 to 5 years, introduce a system for transferring current customer accounts between banks within the country and standards for open banking software interfaces (Open Banking and Open API).
“In addition, proposals for the demonopolization of the electricity markets, railway freight and passenger transportation were discussed at the meeting,” reads the report.
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