Beefing up the Kazakh-Australian partnership is a win for all

Kazakhstan has much to offer the world, but to do so it must first overcome geography as it is landlocked and shipping routes are limited. But its location — adjacent to China, Russia and the Middle East — means the nation simply cannot be missed, especially with the abundance of opportunities it provides.

Mr Andrew Fernyhough, Kazakhstan’s Honorary Consul to Australia, saw the rich opportunity in the Central Asian country and embarked on a business idea to breed Angus beef in Kazakhstan. The $15 million project is made possible only through the marriage of Australian expertise and Kazakh resources and talent.

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