Kazakhstan not to reduce grain exports after devaluation of the national currency
Kazakhstan, which is one of the world largest grain exporters, does not intend to reduce the export volumes after the devaluation of the national currency, held two weeks ago, announced Asylzhan Mamytbekov, Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, on February 18.
According to him, during 6 recent years Kazakhstan did not impose any limitations on grain exports, and the country plans to keep the reporting position. The country has the sufficient grain stocks to ensure the export potential and domestic consumption.
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