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SABIT Alumna in Kazakhstan Sells U.S. Agricultural Products to Kazakh Farmers


Hisa Akhmatov, a SABIT Grant Participant in 2003, sold $90,500 worth of American bovine genetic products to Kazakh cattle farmers after his return from a SABIT internship with Taurus Service of Pennsylvania. Mr. Akhmatov used his internship to learn more about the products offered to farmers by his hosts, which in turn allowed him to more effectively market and sell their products in Kazakhstan.


SABIT Participant Appointed Deputy Minister of Transportation in Kazakhstan


Talgat Abylgazin, from the SABIT Oil Terminals program in 2003, was appointed Deputy Minister of Transportation in Kazakhstan. As the Deputy Minister, he will be supervising the construction of three new sea ports on the Kazakh shore of the Caspian Sea. Mr. Abylgazin anticipates a high demand for U.S. equipment, management and consulting services.


Kazakh SABIT Intern Sells American Automobiles in Kazakhstan


A past participant in SABIT’s grant program has sold $410,000 of American automobiles in Almaty in 2002. Tatyana Usatova, who was hosted by SAITCO, a Virginia automotive retailer, established a business relationship with SAITCO while in the United States with SABIT.


SABIT Alumna Joins WTO Committee in Tajikistan


Mr. Behzod Faizullaev, a participant in SABIT’s Technology Commercialization: Telecommunications/IT program in 2002, became a member of the WTO Ascension Committee in Tajikistan as part of a trade and development project coordinated by Pragma, a USAID contractor.


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