Reviews The sale of land to foreigners prohibited in Kazakhstan

00:50  14 may  2021
00:50  14 may  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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In Kazakhstan, it will no longer be possible to sell arable land to foreigners, a way of curing Chinese ardor in this Republic of Central Asia. A moratorium in this direction has already been in effect since 2016, but on the background of growing anti-Chinese feeling, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has sued this prohibition. The opposition speaks of a "victory" but promises to remain vigilant.

President Kazakh promulgated the law to calm the anger of the opposition, hostile to China's economic control over the country. In vain. A demonstration against Chinese investments must, however, be held this Saturday, May 15 in the economy capital Almaty.

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"We want to warn the authorities that we will never rent or sell lands to foreigners," warned the Janbolat Mamai opposition activist on Facebook.

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arms, it also calls to protest the construction of 56 Chinese factories. As part of the "New Silk Roads", Beijing invests in arms in this former Soviet Republic of Central Asia and not just in infrastructure projects.

The support of Kazakh elites who hope to take advantage of the Chinese manna is flawless. On the other hand, many farmers are afraid of a "sweet expansion" of neighboring China. They fear losing their farmland, without being able to find a job in one of the Chinese companies, lack of training, while China, it benefits from Kazakhstan resources, rich in oil and ore.

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