Aktyubinsk


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Ak·tyu·binsk

 (äk-tyo͞o′bĭnsk)
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Aktyubinsk

(Russian akˈtjubinsk)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1991) of Aktobe
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Ak•tyu•binsk

(ɑkˈtyu bɪnsk)

n.
a city in NW Kazakhstan. 258,900.
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Another major player, Karaganda Candy, has suspended production for the purpose of modernization and is in the process of seeking funding, being in the same situation as the Aktyubinsk confectionery factory.
Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan reported that the disease of livestock in the Aktyubinsk region was not identified.
The Shymkent refinery now uses crude oil from the Kazakh fields at Kumkol, Aktyubinsk, and Makatinsk.
To study the occurrence of enteroinfectious pathogens in farm animals, studies were conducted in different farms of the Almaty, Aktyubinsk, Jambyl, East Kazakhstan, South Kazakhstan, Qyzylorda, and Karaganda regions.
China's National Petroleum Company bought a 60 percent share in the Kazakh State Oil Company in Aktyubinsk and helped to develop the oil field at Uzen in 1997.
Bek Air currently operates a fleet of six Fokker 100s on flights covering Aktau, Aktyubinsk, Almaty, Atyrau, Kostanay and Uralsk locally.
China has acquired an 85.3 percent share of the Aktyubinsk oil and gas stock company in Kazakhstan (Gao 2011).
It collected seismic data in the Volga and Temir fields, in the western region of Aktyubinsk. Its work began in July 1992 under a PSA.
In September 1997, Kazakhstan granted the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) production rights to develop major oil fields, including the Aktyubinsk Region of northwestern Kazakhstan.
"Condition of acute intestine infection diseases and hepatitis A in Aktyubinsk area," [Sostoyanie zabolevaemosti ostrymi kishechnymy infektciyami i gepatitom A v Aktyubinskoy oblasti], in Russian, Materials III-congress of doctors and pharmacists in Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan, Vol.3, pp.11-15