As of September 30, Kazakhstan produced 21.3 mln tonnes of grains

Sept 30. AgriMarket

As of September 30, Kazakhstan produced 21.3 mln tonnes of grainsAs of September 30, 2011, Kazakhstan harvested 21.3 mln tonnes of grains throughout the areas of 13.6 mln ha, or 82% of the forecast, wrote Asylzhan Mamytbekov, Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in Twitter.

He also said that the average yield in the country totaled 16 c/ha.

As a reminder, previously, Eugene Aman, Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture, said that Kazakhstan may produce 25 mln tonnes of grains in bunker weight in 2011, in the terms of keeping of the present yield indices.

In 2010, the general grain production in clean weight Kazakhstan totaled 12.2 mln tonnes. In the record 2009 the country produced 22.7 mln tonnes of grains in bunker weight, or 20.8 mln tonnes in clean weight.

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Kazakhstan expects to export 1 mln tonnes of grains of the harvest-2011 per month

Sept 29. AgriMarket

Kazakhstan expects to export to 1 mln tonnes of grains of the new harvest every month, said Eugene Aman, Executive secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture.

The Ministry expects to have large volume of grain exports in the future at the level of over 10 mln tonnes. And the monthly export expectations varied within the range of 700-800 thsd tonnes. Under certain conditions, Kazakhstan can reach the level of 1 mln tonnes of monthly exports, said E.Aman on September 28.

In the current year Kazakhstan plans to produce the record harvest – 24-25 mln tonnes of grains.

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Kazakhstan imposed the temporary ban on exports of vegetable oil

Sept 29. AgriMarket

The decree of the Government of Kazakhstan #942 dd. August 23, 2011 “On imposition of the temporary ban on exports of certain varieties of vegetable oils” was issued on September 29, 2011.

According to the document, the Government imposed the temporary ban on export trading of certain types of vegetable oils for the period of four months. The decision was made to avoid critical shortage and rising prices on the domestic food market.

The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Republic of Kazakhstan was requested to inform the countries-member of the Customs Union and the Secretariat of the Union Commission about imposition of the ban.

The decree comes into effect from the date of the first official publication.

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