Kazakhstan may open trade representations abroad

Kazakhstan may appoint trading advisors in the UAE, China, Turkey, India, and Iran, Kazinform reports.

At today’s board meeting, the Kazakh Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov said that the international practice of proactive export promotion through trade commissioners proves the effectiveness of this mechanism.

Kazakhstan has great opportunities to boost export to the markets of Asia and Europe. In order to achieve that as we Kazakhstan, we are considering to appoint trading advisors in the UAE, China, Türkiye, India, and Iran in future.

Smailov noted that additional export potential to the said five countries makes more than USD 4 billion.

In a conclusion, Alikhan Smailov charged to explore building trade representations in the above-mentioned countries to further strengthen export support measures.


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