Kazakhstan and Georgia will exchange lists of competitive export
products for further distribution among interested enterprises of
the two countries, the Ministry of Trade and Integration of the
Republic of Kazakhstan told Trend .
This is envisaged by the recently signed roadmap to expand the
mutual trading range between Kazakhstan and Georgia for
According to the ministry, the document signed as part of the
official visit of Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili to
Kazakhstan on July 27, includes increasing mutual trade and
developing trade cooperation.
'Thus, the Roadmap particularly provides for exploring export
potential, informing the competent authorities about defining ways
of expanding the mutual trading range, as well as exchanging lists
of competitive export products for further distribution among
interested Kazakh and Georgian business enterprises,' said the
Furthermore, the mentioned roadmap envisages the identification
of relevant exporters of both countries, as well as the exchange of
information on the companies of the sides interested in importing
Kazakh and Georgian goods, the ministry said.
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