Kazakhstan has no plans to reduce grain exports.

By bne IntelliNews March 9, 2011
Kazakhstan has no plans to reduce or limit or stop grain exports despite declining stocks and surging domestic prices, Asylzhan Mamytbekov chairman of KazAgro has said. He added that the country might export 1.5mn tones of grain before the next season. Kazakhstans grain stocks fell 7.4% in January to 8.645mn tones, according to the State Stat Agency. Milling grain inventories declined by 8.5% in January. Significantly, analysts believe that with the present rate of consumption of feed grain the current stocks are unlikely to last until Jul 1.

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