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Uzbekistan: first international fruit & vegetable fair kicks off in Tashkent

The Metropolitan “Uzexpocenter” saw the opening of the first International fruit and vegetable fair. The main purpose of the event is to raise awareness among the foreign processing and trade companies on the high, unique properties of environmentally friendly, fresh vegetables, fruit, grapes and melons, and finished quality products produced in Uzbekistan, their industrial processing.…


Belarus: dairy sales to China to go up

Belarus intends to export more dairy products to China, Alexander Subbotin, Belarusian Deputy Agriculture and Food Minister, Director of the Veterinary and Food Oversight Department of the Ministry, said. At present 17 Belarusian dairy companies export their products to China. Another 20 companies are getting ready to get the right to sell milk powder, dairy…


Belarus eager to raise transit revenues

Belarus intends to raise its transit revenues up to $1.5 billion by 2020, Belarusian Transport and Communications Minister Anatoly Sivak informed. In line with the draft program the volume of logistics services is supposed to increase by 50%, the total warehouse area in logistics hubs – by 60%, while revenues from transit are supposed to…