Kazakhstan not to ban export of any agriculture products
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 27 / Trend E. Kosolapova /
Kazakhstan will not impose a ban on export of any agricultural crops in 2011-2012 marketing year, the spokesman for the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture Eugene Aman said, the Novosti-Kazakhstan reported.
"We have enough agricultural products of all kinds," Aman said.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Kazakhstan will collect a record grain harvest over the past 60 years in the current year.
Kazakhstan harvested more than 29 million tons of grain from 99.8 percent of sown area by Oct. 27.
Oilseed crops yield of this year is also very good. According to authorities, it can reach 1.5 million tons. The country expects to have rich vegetables harvest this year.
Last year, Kazakhstan imposed a temporary ban on export of sunflower oil and buckwheat. Moratorium on the export of grain from the country existed in 2008.