(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, August 8. Kazakhstan and
Georgia have great potential for boosting exports of processed
metal products, as well as manufacturing and food industries, the
Ministry of Trade and Integration of Kazakhstan told Trend .
Kazakhstan and Georgia agreed to expand the bilateral trading
range for 2023 through 2026.
Relevant roadmap was signed following the meeting between Prime
Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov and Prime Minister of
Georgia Irakli Garibashvili on July 27.
According to the ministry, the major trading goods between
Kazakhstan and Georgia include industrial ovens and chambers,
mineral water, natural grape wines, as well as wort, oil products,
personal hygiene products, ferroalloys, and natural gas.
Kazakhstan's export commodity composition is relatively
diversified and represented by the following products: petroleum
products (17.4 percent), personal hygiene products (14.8 percent),
ferroalloys (13.7 percent), flat-rolled products from unalloyed
steel (8.5 percent), natural gas (3.7 percent), and trucks (3.2
Moreover, Kazakhstan supplies Georgia with electric
transformers, coal, ferrous metal structures, plates, and
The ministry also added that the list of Kazakh products to be
exported to Georgia consists of 40 items of petrochemical,
chemical, metallurgical, machine-building, food, and construction
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