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Astana, Kazakhstan • 08 February, 2024 | 10:56
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Chinese Business to Establish Agricultural Machinery, Fertilizer Factory in Kazakhstan

The delegation from Kazakhstan, led by the Agriculture Ministry, visited Shandong Province

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During the visit of the Kazakh delegation to China, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed with the Academy of Agricultural Sciences. The parties discussed cooperation and technology exchange within the framework of the "One Belt - One Road" initiative, QazMonitor reports citing the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture.

In January, Vice-Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Yerbol Taszhurekov, led a delegation on a working visit to Shandong Province in China. The primary objective of the visit was to gain insights from colleagues on the development of agricultural science and to enhance cooperation between the two countries in the field of agriculture.

Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Agriculture

As part of the visit, a forum was organized for representatives from various Chinese associations and prominent businesses, including the Association of Agricultural Machinery, Association of Agrochemicals Industry, Seed Trade Association, Chinese Phosphate Fertilizer Industry Association, and major companies such as Xuzhou Yindi, Beijing Fuli Zhongcheng, Beijing Big Earthworm, Feiya Fruit Club, and Dalian Ltd.

The forum facilitated discussions on opportunities for implementing advanced innovative technologies from China in Kazakhstan's agriculture sector. Chinese business representatives expressed their intention to establish a factory in Kazakhstan for the production of agricultural machinery and fertilizers.

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