IV session of the Kazakhstan-Canadian Business Council

Plenary Session IV of the Kazakhstan-Canadian Business Council was held online on November 26, 2020. As part of the Business Council, five working groups were held in the following areas from November 12th to November 25th: Aerospace Industry and Transport, Energy and Natural Resources, Construction and Infrastructure, Agriculture and Agrotechnics, Healthcare and Education. The workshops were attended by representatives of government agencies and departments, quasipublic organizations and companies and business communities of the two countries.

The Business Council is chaired by Galymzhan Pirmatov, CEO of NAC Kazatomprom JSC and Tim Gitzel, President and CEO of Cameco.

Plenary Session IV of the Business Council was dedicated to Cooperation of Kazakhstan and Canada after the Pandemic: Recovery and Development. The parties discussed the issues of recovery and development of trade and economic relations, further strengthening of business ties and mutually beneficial cooperation between Kazakhstan and Canada after the pandemic.

Kazakhstan and Canada have been important and strategic trading partners for many years. The participants in the Business Council drew attention to the high potential of bilateral cooperation, expressed their intention to increase trade between the countries, and also noted the importance of improving the investment climate and strengthening business cooperation to implement the joint promising initiatives and projects.

Following the meeting, the parties confirmed their interest in looking for new directions for interaction between business communities and identified joint plans for the further development of long-term mutually beneficial cooperation.

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Investor Relations:

Cory Kos, IR & PR Director

Tel: +7 7172 45 81 80

Email: iratkazatomprom.kz

PR & Media:

Torgyn Mukayeva, Deputy IR & PR Director

Tel: +7 7172 45 80 63

Email: pratkazatomprom.kz

About Kazatomprom

Kazatomprom is the world’s largest producer of uranium, with the company’s attributable production representing approximately 24% of global primary uranium production in 2019. The Group benefits from the largest reserve base in the industry and operates, through its subsidiaries, JVs and Associates, 24 deposits grouped into 13 mining assets. All of the Company’s operations are located in Kazakhstan and mined using ISR technology with a focus on maintaining industry-leading health, safety and environment standards.

Kazatomprom securities are listed on the London Stock Exchange and Astana International Exchange. As the national atomic company in the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Group's primary customers are operators of nuclear generation capacity, and the principal export markets for the Group's products are China, South and Eastern Asia, Europe and North America. The Group sells uranium and uranium products under long-term contracts, short-term contracts, as well as in the spot market, directly from its headquarters in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, and through its Switzerland-based trading subsidiary, Trade House KazakAtom AG (THK).

For more information, please see our newly updated website at http://www.kazatomprom.kz

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