Kazakhstan has imposed a ban on export of some food products for the national emergency period (March 22 to April 15). The goods prohibited for export include sunflower seed, sunflower oil, wheat flour, buckwheat, sugar, potatoes, carrots, turnip, beet, onions and cabbage. These are all the foods that were in increased domestic demand last week. This decision resulted in multi-kilometer lines at the Russian-Kazakh border, UkrAgroConsult reports.
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