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Kazakhstan Govt Plans to Reduce Poultry Imports

by 5m Editor
27 September 2011, at 11:07am

KAZAKHSTAN - Business Monitor International's Poland Agribusiness service provides proprietary medium term price forecasts for key commodities, including corn, wheat, rice, sugar, cocoa, coffee, soy and milk.

In addition, BMI will also provide proprietary medium term price forecasts to newly-researched competitive intelligence on leading agribusiness producers, traders and suppliers, in-depth analysis of latest industry developments and essential industry context on Poland's agribusiness service.

The Kazakh government's efforts to develop the country's agricultural industries continue to bear fruit. BMI are forecasting strong growth in terms of meat and dairy production, which will continue to benefit from supportive subsidy regimes through the forecast period.

BMI has also raised their wheat forecast significantly this quarter in line with encouraging yield reports and expect to see production bounce back significantly from last year's poor season. This comes at an excellent time for Kazakhstan's farmers, with global supplies tight due to poor harvests in the EU and US.