John Deer may launch production in Kazakhstan.

By bne IntelliNews March 4, 2013
John Deere may launch production of agricultural vehicles in Kazakhstan, deputy Agriculture Minister Marat Tolibayev has stated. At the same time he was not able to provide any details, including timeframe of the project implementation. However, he informed that the Ministry is currently in talks with the American company about setting up the assembling facility in Kazakhstan. Tolibayev revealed that there were some difficulties in the talks and the company set a condition that a specified number of combine harvesters are produced and sold. The number is overly large for Kazakhstan, the deputy Minister explained. Kazakhstan and John Deere have been in negotiation for 1.5 years over the project. The company is already present in Kazakhstan, with production facilitates located in Kokshetau.

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