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    Economic Transition In  Economic Transition In  Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
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History 470 AD – Kazakhstan was invaded by the Huns. 651 AD – Turkish Arabs began capturing cities in Kazakhstan. 751 AD – China unsuccessfully attempted to invade Kazakhstan. 1200 – Conquered by the Mongols. 1860’s – Russia took control of Kazakhstan.
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1887 – Russia with the help of the British established a border between Central Asia and Kazakhstan. 1920 – Soviets took control of Kazakhstan. 1936 – Kazakhstan became a part of the Soviet Union.
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Pre-transition Economy In Central Asia Soviets changed all private farms and nomadic herders into a collective farming system. Removed all property rights from the Kazakhs.
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continued During WWI and WWII the soviets began moving industry from E. Europe to Kazakhstan. Native employment was no more than 10% of the total industrial workforce.
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course ECON 508 taught by Professor Fleisher during the Winter '06 term at Ohio State.

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