Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan Agricultural Update

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)

Council of European Union Approves Kazakhstan's Accession to WTO . . . Nazarbayev Encourages Increase in Exports to Russia . . . Poultry from Ukraine and Russia Restricted . . . Ukrainian Dairy Products Regain Access to Kazakh Market . . . Forecasted Grain Harvest Unchanged . . . New Grain Storage Facility Planned for Kostanai Region . . . Cause of Breeding Cattle Deaths Determined . . . Livestock Die in Regions Hit by Saiga Die-Off . . . KazAgro Commercial Operation Projects in 2015 . . . Kostanai Dairy Factory Launched . . . Kazakh - China Joint Meat Production Project . . . Ivolga Holding Launches Dairy Factory in Kostanai Region . . . EBRD Provides Loan to RG Brands . . . Chinese Firm Plans Agrifood Investment in Kostanai Region . . . AgromashHolding Starts Assembling New Holland Combine Harvesters in Kostanai . . . Loan Agreement with World Bank to Foster Productive Innovation Project . . . Sberbank of Russia Invests in Kazakh Agricultural Development . . . EBRD Sees Record Investment as Kazakhstan Diversifies Economy . . . Deutsche Bank AG to Provide Microloans in Kazakhstan's Rural Areas . . . Non-Collateral Lending Program for Agriculture Microcredit Organizations . . . Kazakhstan Completes China-Europe Road . . . China, Kazakhstan Sign MOU on Customs Cooperation . . . Agricultural Contribution to Kazakhstan's Economy Still Meager . . 

Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan Agricultural Update

Related Reports

On April 27, 2023, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare/Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) notified on its website the Direction SS-T007/1/2023-Standard-FSSAI.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

China: Dairy and Products Semi-annual

Improved production efficiency and a larger cattle inventory are expected to increase China’s raw milk production by four percent, to over 42 million metric tons (MMT), in 2023.
On May 10, 2023, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) Food Safety Standards Monitoring and Evaluation Department of the National Health Commission (NHC) published an announcement soliciting domestic public comments on five national food safety standards for food nutrition fortifiers, food additives, protein testing, dairy powder, and modified dairy powder.