Kazakhstan exported 472.8 KMT of wheat in October 2019/20, or 53% more than in September 2019/20 and down 13% from October 2018/19, reports UkrAgroConsult.
Total exports in the first two months of the season is 15% less than in September-October 2018/19.
This season, Kazakh wheat exporters have decided to focus their efforts on traditional markets such as Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, China: shipments to these countries increased 6%, 23% and 74% against MY 2018/19, respectively.
At the same, exports to Afghanistan, Turkey, Azerbaijan, the EU and Georgia decreased from MY 2018/19.
Turkmenistan, which was among the top five importers of Kazakh wheat last season, slashed purchases in MY 2019/20: 15.2 KMT in September-October against 102.3 KMT a year earlier (-85%).
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