Kazakhstan exported 105.6 KMT of flour in September 2019/20, or 29% less than in September 2018/19, reports UkrAgroConsult.
Due to a wheat crop decline, this season’s flour exports from Kazakhstan are the least in eight years.
The key export destinations remain unchanged: Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and China.
Particularly significant drops are seen in Kazakh flour exports to the following countries: Afghanistan (-32%), Uzbekistan (-42%) and China (-50%).
At the same time, Kazakh exporters stepped up supplies to the following destinations: Tajikistan (+158%) and Turkmenistan (+16%).
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