Kazakhstan exported 4.1 mm tons of grain in September to December 2011

Jan 24, 2012 12:00 AM

Kazakhstan exported 4.1 mm tons of new harvest grain in September to December 2011, according to the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture.
"As much as 4.1 mm tons of grain (including flour in grain equivalent) was exported in September to December, 2011," the ministry said.

Kazakhstan collected 30 mm tons in bunker weight and 26 mm tons of grain in net weight in 2011. This is a record grain harvest within years of independence.
Eight mm tons of the grain harvest will be used for domestic consumption. Export potential is estimated at 15 mm tons.

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