Kazakhstan exported 3M tons of wheat for $532,9M in first half-year of 2019, LS reports.
If supplies decreased by 2,6% in real terms, then profits of the sale of grain increased by 16,2%.
Half was exported to Uzbekistan (1,1 million) and Tajikistan (520,9k tons).
Azerbaijan purchased 224,7k tons of wheat, China – 197,3k tons, Turkmenistan – 171,8k tons.
Afghanistan acquired 133,5k tons of grain, Turkey – 110,5k ton, Italy – 106,4k ton.
Moreover, Kazakhstani wheat was obtained by Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Georgia.
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