Kazakhstan will double the export of wheat to China in the near future. This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ermek Kosherbaev.
“A protocol was signed between the Kazakh and the Chinese side, which removes restrictions on the export batches of Kazakh wheat. We think that the supply will increase, since we will be able to supply grain to the countries of Southeast Asia through the territory of China. In the future, local companies are going to increase their presence in the Chinese market “, said E. Kosherbaev.
He said that in 2014 it was exported about 215 thousand tons of grain to China, and in the next 2-3 years this figure will double, to 500 thousand tons, reports the IA “Kazakh-Zerno”.