In November Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, Kazakhstan national railway company, has transported more than 1 million tons of newly harvested grain
Vice Prime Minister suggested the recommendations be drafted by August 15 so that the Government could consider them by September.
According to the Agriculture Ministry’s forecast, Kazakhstan will export 2-2.5 million tons of flour this year.
Kazakhstan's expected shipments in 2012-2013 season have been reduced to 2.8 million tons of grain equivalent.
There will be no problem with grain supplies to the country’s regions; flour and bread prices will not grow: Kazakhstan Agriculture Ministry.
Export of Kazakhstan's bumper grain harvest could cause sharp dive of grain and flour prices in Siberia, Russia, in the beginning of 2012.