Commodity circulation between Kazakhstan and Georgia grew up by almost 30% within two months 2019
Astana. April 24. KazTAG - The commodity circulation between Kazakhstan and Georgia has grown up by almost 30% within two months 2019, reports the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development.
"X session of Kazakhstani-Georgian intergovernmental commission on trade-economic cooperation took place in Nur-Sultan. Kazakhstani delegation was headed by Roman Sklyar, minister of industry and infrastructural development of Kazakhstan, Georgian delegation was headed by Natela Turnava, minister and economy and sustainable development. Sklyar indicated the work conducted on mutual promotion of exports which is performed in 29% increase of commodity circulation within two months 2019 (from $10 mln to 413 mln)," reports the message.
The volumes of Kazakhstani export increased from 29% through increase of wheat export by 11 times, and export of natural gas and equipment for rubber and plastic processing.
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