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Kazakhstan can export grains to Azerbaijan on terms of installment payments

Published Mar 22, 2024

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Kazakhstan's trade turnover with member countries of the Organization of Turkic States accounts for 28% of its total trade, according to the country's Minister of Agriculture, Aidarbek Saparov. Traditional exports include wheat, barley, corn, lentils, and flour. However, grain trade with Azerbaijan has nearly halved. To address this, Saparov proposed supplying grain to Azerbaijan on installment payment terms via the national 'Food Corporation'. These remarks were made at the 'KazAgroZhambyl-2024' international agricultural forum and exhibition, featuring 71 companies from various countries.
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The share of member countries of the Organization of Turkic States in the total trade turnover of Kazakhstan reaches 28%, Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan Aidarbek Saparov said at a meeting of member countries of the Organization of Turkic States, held in Taraz as part of the international agricultural forum and exhibition “KazАgroZhambyl-2024”, the agency’s correspondent reports Kazinform. The head of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan noted that Kazakhstan has a number of traditional export goods, such as wheat, barley, corn, lentils, flour and other items. These are the leaders in the export of agricultural products in Kazakhstan. “Unfortunately, last year we lost a lot with Azerbaijan in terms of grains. In this direction, trade turnover has almost halved, and this applies to the flow of goods both from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan and vice versa. In my opinion, this issue requires attention from both sides. It should be noted that in ...
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