Kazakhstan does not ban grain exports.

By bne IntelliNews August 10, 2010
Kazakhstan does not ban grain exports, the Agriculture Ministry's executive secretary Yevgegiy Aman has stated. He added that Russian proposal to ban grain exports would be looked into and most likely Russia would ask Kazakhstan to direct its export capacity to the Russian market. However, according to Aman, Kazakh producer would do it without the governmental order as Russia is in the closest proximity and is the most familiar market.

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