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Kazakh region to export fruits, vegetables to Russiaís Tatarstan

Entrepreneurs from Tatarstanís Kazan have shown interest in fruit and vegetable products of Kazakhstanís Turkistan region. Minatulla Gasanguseynov, the head of the wholesale and retail company Mariana-Region LLC arrived in the region on a working visit. The company is engaged in the supply of fruits and vegetables to such retail chains as ...

Modified: 14.05.2019
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Saratovís Railway Wagons Went To Kazakhstan, Estonia, Ukraine and Lithuania

... countries. The fastest-growing importer became Ukraine that imported 49 Saratov’s railway wagons worth $304.6 thous., or 39 wagons more than in 2017 (a 4.6-fold increase in terms of value). Besides, Saratov Region exported railway wagons to Kazakhstan (928 units, $44.4 mln, +113% compared to 2017), Estonia (164 units, $8.5 mln, -29%) and Lithuania (4 units, $141 thous., +12%).

Modified: 18.03.2019
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Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan Sign Deal on Wheat Trade

The ministries of agriculture of Iran, Russia and Kazakhstan have concluded a trilateral memorandum of understanding on the issue of wheat trade. This resulted from negotiations on a temporary agreement leading to the formation of a free trade zone between the Eurasian Economic Union and Iran, Zol....

Modified: 14.02.2019
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Kaluga Region Exported to Kazakhstan Washing Machines Worth $13.07 mln

... accounted for 15% of all Russiaís export of this good. The region has given the pas only to Moscow Region that has accounted for 21% of Russiaís washing machines export. The major share of Kaluga Regionís washing machines (52%) has been exported to Kazakhstan. Also Kaluga Region has supplied this good to Ukraine ($4.9 mln, 20%), Poland ($2.3 mln, 9%), Uzbekistan (6%), Moldova (4%), Latvia (3%), Slovakia (2.4%), Tajikistan and Italy (1% each), Mongolia, Romania and the Republic of Korea.

Modified: 10.12.2018
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Trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Russia may reach $24,5 bn by the end of 2020

Trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Russia reached $16 billion in 2017. Trade turnover between two countries may reach $18 bn by the end of 2018. «More than 100 investment projects of Russian companies are being implemented or are being prepared for implementation ...

Modified: 28.09.2018
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China intends to increase natural gas

China intends to increase natural gas supplies from Russia and Kazakhstan in the near future. The deliveries should begin on December 20, 2019. Also, Russia’s Novatek gas producing company jointly with the CNPC is implementing the Yamal LNG project. China became the buyer of the second cargo of LNG from this ...

Modified: 07.09.2018
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Kazakhstan ranks 2nd in CIS for trade with Moscow

Moscow's foreign trade turnover with Kazakhstan in 1H2018 amounted to $2,324,900,000, according to the Central Customs Administration of Russia, Kazinform reports citing the Kazakh Embassy in Moscow. Exports from the Russian capital reached $1,490,500,000 and imports were $834,400,000....

Modified: 31.08.2018
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Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan flexible in adoption of Convention on Caspian Sea

The largest contribution in signing the Convention to determine the status of the Caspian Sea, was made by Russia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, candidate of historical sciences, senior lecturer of the Russian History Department of Astrakhan State University, the head of the Center for International and Social and Political Studies "Caspian-Eurasia" Andrey Syzranov told Trend....

Modified: 17.08.2018
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Trade turnover between Kazakhstan's Mangystau, Russia up by over 9%

The trade turnover between the Mangystau region of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation amounted to more than $52 million in the first five months of 2018. This figure has increased by 9.4 percent compared to the same period last year, the message says. Today, 300 enterprises with the participation ...

Modified: 14.08.2018
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Saratovís Railway and Tramway Wagons Go To Kazakhstan, Estonia and Lithuania

... terms of value and a 20-fold increase in terms of volume). For the first five months of 2018 Saratov Region has exported 698 wagons worth $32.91 mln, while in the first half of 2017 this figure amounted to 34 wagons worth $1.17 mln. The Republic of Kazakhstan has become the major importer of Saratov’s wagons (80%) and imported 570 wagons worth $26.33mln. Estonia has imported 124 Saratovís wagons worth $6.44 mln, and Lithuania has imported 4 wagons worth $0.14 mln.

Modified: 09.08.2018
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Russia-Kazakhstan Trade Turnover Structure

Russia is the main trade partner of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In 2017 the trade turnover of these countries increased by 21% compared to 2016 and amounted to $20.14 bn. The supplies from Russia outweigh in the Russia-Kazakhstan bilateral trade. Russia’s import from Kazakhstan stood at $8.67 bn ...

Modified: 06.07.2018
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Orenburg Region Kazakhstanís Second Largest Sausage Supplier

According to the Russian Federal Customs Serviceís official statistics, Orenburg Region in the Southern Urals exported sausages to Kazakhstan to $8m in 2017 ó 5% up from the previous year. Orenburg, which exports only to Kazakhstan, is Russia’s largest sausage exporter after Moscow. In 2016, the Southern Ural region accounted for 14% of Kazakhstanís sausage imports. Orenburg ...

Modified: 16.05.2018
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Krasnodar Territory Key Exporter of Russian Sparkling Wines

... share in the total exports of bottled bubblies is 71%. In 2017 alone, Krasnodar exported to US$1,8 million — a 48% increase o the previous year. The biggest importers of Krasnodar sparking wines are ex-Soviet republics: Latvia (51% in 2017), Kazakhstan (22%) and Belarus (7%). Outside the former Soviet Union, the leading importers of Krasnodar wines are Israel (8% in 2017), Germany (4%) and Japan. The Krasnodar Territory was followed by the other two leading sparking wine producers which jointly ...

Modified: 26.02.2018
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Who Prizes Russian Furs?

Russiaís exports of ready-to-wear natural fur clothes reached US$2 million in the first nine months of 2017. Four countries accounted for 87% of the exports: Belarus (37%) and Kazakhstan (34%) with their cold winters, and France (10%) and Italy (8%), with their cool flair for smart turnout. Italian imports of Russian fur clothes rose to US$158,000 from January through September 2017 — 13 times from the first nine month ...

Modified: 19.02.2018
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