On 15th May, Jumore Chairman Lu Hongxiang and his team met with the top management of Kazakh sovereign fund Samruk-Kazyna in Nur-Sultan, the capital city of Kazakhstan. The two sides held in-depth discussion and reached agreement on jointly building a digital platform covering central Asian region. The initiative will contribute to promoting China-Kazakhstan bilateral and multilateral economy and trade. The platform will facilitate the digital transformation of central Asian countries and drive regional prosperity. In addition, Jumore also met with decision makers of leading Kazakh state-owned companies under Samuruk-Kazyna, including Kazpost, KTZ, and Kazakhtelecom, as well as commodity giant Eurasia Resources Group, for further exploring cooperation model in order to implement the regional digital platform.
Kazakhstan has since long been an important node of the ancient silk road and holds the first stop of Silk Road Economic Belt out of China. As the economic bellwether of central Asia, Kazakhstan plays a leading role in promoting regional prosperity and stability. Kazakhstan government attaches great importance to digital transformation and launched a national strategy of “Digital Kazakhstan”. Innovative digital practices are taking place in various sectors in the country. Jumore is the global B2B digital supply chain platform covering over 150 countries worldwide. Jumore’s central Asian digital platform, to be built with Kazakhstan as the hub, will assist Kazakhstan in accelerating its digital transformation and promoting the prosperity and business development of central Asia with local partners.