Kazakhstan has no plans to introduce restriction on grain export
Astana. March 11. Kazakhstan Today - Kazakhstan does not plan to introduce in the near future restriction on export of grain. The Minister of Agriculture of Kazakhstan Akhmetzhan Esimov informed today, the agency reports. "We have held the next serious of meetings with large grain companies-exporters and mills industrial complex and agreed that such measures will not be undertaken," A. Esimov said. The Ministry of Agriculture explained that the arrangement for export of the necessary volume of grain at fixed prices for domestic market has been reached. "Therefore, we will not undertake restrictive measures. But if exporters do not carry out their obligations, we will introduce such measures," he explained. The Minister emphasized that, "we have grain and export potential." "We cannot export all grain. We should reserve about 1.2 million tons for ourselves," he explained. Export potential of Kazakhstan makes about 3 million tons of grain.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today