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Kazakhstan boosted wheat supplies to the EU by 36%

Kazakhstan boosted wheat supplies to the EU by 36%

Kazakhstan exported 314.2 KMT of wheat in June 2017, or 11.3% less than in the previous month, but 14.6% more than at the same time last year.

Overall, this season’s wheat exports from Kazakhstan are slightly up year-on-year (+3.8%). The country shipped 3373 KMT of wheat to foreign markets from September 2016 till June 2017 against 3250 KMT at the same time in MY 2015/16.

Growth of shipments is registered in almost all the end markets of Kazakh wheat. To date, wheat exports to Uzbekistan are already 6% higher than for the whole last season. Deliveries to Tajikistan almost reached last year’s level. Exports to Afghanistan are up 18% year-on-year and those to the European Union (225 KMT) are up 36%.

(Source – http://www.blackseagrain.net/novosti/kazakhstan-boosted-wheat-supplies-to-the-eu-by-36)

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