Kazakhstan has cancelled the quotas for exports of all agricultural products. The decision is written in the decree “On revocation of some decrees of the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan” made effective from June 1.
The decree repeals the following decrees of the Minister of Agriculture: No. 111 dated April 2 “On several issues of the exports of certain goods from the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan”, as well as No. 123 dated April 14 “On amendments to the Decree of the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan No.111 dated April 2”.
The reporting decrees imposed the quota mechanism for the exports of wheat, wheat flour and sunflower oil from Kazakhstan, and acted in April-May. (APK-Inform/Business World Magazine)