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Kazakhstan bans export of livestock, potatoes and carrots

Казахстан запретил экспорт скота, картофеля и моркови
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Nov 30, 2021
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NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - The meeting of the Interdepartmental Commission on Foreign Trade Policy and Participation in International Economic Organizations, which considered the ban on the export of livestock, potatoes and vegetables, was held on November 25, 2021, Kazinform reports with reference to the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture RK.
As a result, the Interdepartmental Commission decided to approve the introduction of a complete ban on the export of cattle and small ruminants of all sex and age groups from the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 6 months, as well as potatoes and carrots for a period of 3 months. Currently, there is an increase in prices for cattle and small cattle meat on the domestic market. In November this year, the price of beef in the republic averaged 2,239 tenge per kilogram. Since the beginning of the year, the price has increased by 15% or by 292 tenge. The average price for mutton increased by 21% (419 tenge) and amounted to 2,409 tenge per kilogram. At the same time, the utilization of meat processing enterprises remains at a low level of 50%, for 10 months of this year 173 thousand tons of meat were processed, which is only 18% of the total volume of meat production. There is also an increase in the export of live animals - gobies and rams. For 10 months of this year, 161 ...
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