A memorandum of understanding on the shipment of 200 thousand tonnes of grain was signed between the Kazakhstan Food Company and the Chinese company C. P. Trading.
“Within the framework of the 6th China International Import Expo, Prodkorporatsiya and C. P. Trading signed a cooperation agreement on the supply of 200 thousand tonnes of grain. A cooperation agreement on the supply of 200 thousand tonnes of grain was signed between C. P. Trading”.
Earlier, Kazakhstan’s Agriculture Minister Yerbol Karashukeyev said that the country plans to increase grain supplies to China to 1 million tonnes per year. In mid-October, Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Agriculture announced that the country plans to maintain its wheat export potential in 2023, despite unfavourable weather conditions in the main grain-growing regions. By the end of the year, Kazakhstan plans to harvest about 16 million tonnes of grain.