Akmola


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Akmola

and

Akmolinsk:

see AstanaAstana
, formerly Aqmola
or Akmola
, city (2008 est. pop. 600,000), capital of Kazakhstan and Aqmola prov., in central Kazakhstan on the Ishim (Esil) River.
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, Kazakhstan.
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As to the issues preventing HMB from acquiring Akmola Gold's assets, we view the impact of the potential failure to buyout the latter as uncertain.
Members of this group were natives of Astana and the Akmola region who had been living in the area before but had immigrated to Russia.
According to the latest data, 8,502 saiga found dead in Zharkin and Zhaksyn districts in Akmola region," said the Ministry.
We decrease our 2009E and mid-term financial forecasts to reflect weak 8M09 production statistics for the Akmola region and our expectations of lower production growth due to poor management over 2008-2009.
In October 2004, the media reported a conflict between missionaries from Grace Rakhim Christian Missionary Center and local Muslims in a village in Akmola Oblast.
The name Astana, which in Kazakh simply means capital, was given abruptly in May 1998 after an unsuccessful campaign to convince foreign journalists that the original name Akmola did not mean "white grave".
Kazakstan Goldfields holds a 75 percent interest in three operating mines located in the Akmola District of north central Kazakstan.
Contractor address : Akmola region Bogenbai Batyr Avenue 54-212
However, the regions where the mass die-off has emerged - Kostanay, Akmola and Aktobe - are far from Baikonur.
The volume of investments totaled 50 billion KZT in North Kazakhstan province, 27 billion KZT in Akmola province and 19.
The RAB drilling completed in 2007 has also more precisely defined the extent of the Inferred oxide mineral resource identified in the East zone of the Uzboy gold deposit as set out in a National Instrument 43-101 technical report entitled "Resources and Reserve Estimation Study on the Uzboy Gold Deposit, Akmola Oblast, azakhstan" (the "Report") prepared by ACA Howe International Ltd.
4,293 dead saiga were found in Akmola region, reads the message.