Economic life of Kazakhstan
The Kazakhstan economy is extremely well-economized and establish country with a large tracts of arable land and rich reserves of coal, oil, and rare metals. Wool production remained an important agricultural product, along with grains and meat. Like other countries of the former USSR, Kazakhstan faced serious economic dislocation after 1991, resulting from the disruption of trade with other post-Soviet republics, an end to the flow of official revenues from the Soviet central government, the decline in state production orders, and the need for sudden currency adjustments. However, they gained their economic status that resumed in 1999. And continue to progress across the time.