In this context, the Kazakh Side expects Kazakh nationals and organizations to increase their orders for goods and services to the United States during the term of this Agreement, while the Party to the United States expected purchases of goods and services from the Republic of Kazakhstan to be strengthened by U.S. nationals and enterprises. To that end, the Contracting Parties shall publish this Agreement and ensure that it is made available to all interested parties. 3. The Parties shall encourage interested nationals, enterprises and organizations of both countries to seek ways to expand trade in machinery, equipment and technology, including the creation of favourable financial conditions for trade in such products. With its accession to the WTO, Kazakhstan will complete its first-generation trade reforms (customs reforms) and should focus more on its second-generation trade reforms. . . .