Agriculture Ministry of Kazakhstan signed protocol on requirements on pork export to China
Astana. September 26. KazTAG - The Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan has signed a protocol on requirements on pork export to China, reports the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan.
"Vice Minister of Agriculture of Kazakhstan Gulmira Isayeva has conducted a meeting with Wang Lingjun, Vice Minister of General Customs Administration of China. The parties have discussed expansion of access of Kazakhstani goods to the market of China, they have signed important documents for products' export from Kazakhstan including the memorandum in the field of plants quarantine and a protocol on requirements on pork export from Kazakhstan to China," reads the message.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, coordination work is underway for the requirements to export of Kazakhstani products to China within the frameworks of performance of the arrangements of the road map signed in November 2018 in Shanghai.
"By the results of seven months of the year, the commodity circulation of agricultural complex between the states has grown up by 24.5% to $297 mln. Export of Kazakhstani products to China increased by 41% in monetary terms to $196 mln," said the Ministry of Agriculture.
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