ASTANA - Kazakhstan is more inclined to sell the stake of ConocoPhillips in North - Caspian project (Kashagan) to China rather than India, a Russian expert has said. Kazakhstan, due to the fall in oil price, will need to take loans, “which, as before, China is ready to extend,” said Igor Ivakhnenko, an analyst specialising in oil and gas projects in Central Asia with the Russian publication Oil and Gas of Russia.
“India has not given anything substantial to Kazakhstan, a...
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