$
48.4
billion
USA
"15 percent of total FDI, or $48.4 billion, has been attracted from the U.S. sources since 1991. The U.S. remains Kazakhstan's strategic economic partner. The Kazakh Government uses the U.S. model of economic diplomacy as a benchmark for attracting foreign investments."



$
533.8
million
United Kingdom
"In 2018, the gross inflow of FDI from the UK in Kazakhstan reached $593.1 million, an increase of 11.1% compared to 2017 ($533.8 million). Over 10 years, the influx of direct investment from the UK to Kazakhstan amounted to $8.8 billion."



$
7.6
billion
Belgium
"During the Kazakh-Belgian political consultations held on 11 November 2019 the parties confirmed the positive growth dynamics and marked the successful interaction in the field of energy, agriculture, medical waste processing, etc. The joint projects were launched in Kazakhstan with such Belgian companies as John Cockerill, Carmeuse, Orfit, etc. Belgium is already one of the largest investors in the economy of Kazakhstan. Belgian companies account for more than $7B in direct investment in Kazakhstan."



$
400
million
Portugal
"From 2005 to the 3rd quarter of 2018, trade turnover for 2018 amounted to $ 398.4 million and FDI inflows into Kazakhstan from Portugal reached $251 million."



$
5.2
billion
Germany
2019
The Head of State held a number of meetings with representatives of German business
Embassy of Kazakhstan in the U.K. and Northern Ireland
"As part of the second day of the official visit to Germany, the Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev continued his series of meetings with the heads of German companies. At a meeting with Robert Baumann, CEO of Baumann Gmbh, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev discussed the implementation of an investment project in the agriculture field in Almaty region. The German entrepreneur told the President about how he established the production of lamb in Kazakhstan, and shared his plans for the development of his business."



$
3.9
billion
China
"China has funded and implemented 15 projects worth $3.9 billion in Kazakhstan since 2015, which is approximately 6 percent of the total FDI projects implemented in the country since 2010. This has led to the creation of 3,828 jobs in mechanical engineering, chemical industry, alternative energy and agribusiness."