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Kazakhstan's non-primary exports to Uzbekistan increased by 42%

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According to QazTrade, the turnover of processed goods between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in January-March 2022 amounted to $610.1 million, which is 21.3% higher than in the same period of the previous year ($503 million), Delovoy Kazakhstan reports.

Exports of processed goods from Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan in January-March 2022 increased by 41.9% and amounted to $469.3 million.

The growth of exports to Uzbekistan is justified by an increase in the supply of such processed goods as: raw aluminum, passenger cars, margarine, rolled steel, wheat or wheat-rye flour, televisions, monitors and projectors. In addition, Kazakhstan also exports semi-finished products made of non-alloy steel, vegetable oils, mineral fertilizers, petroleum products, mutton, pipes, etc.

Imports of processed goods to Kazakhstan from Uzbekistan in January-March 2022 decreased by 18.2% and amounted to $140.8 million.

Kazakhstan imports from Uzbekistan passenger cars and car bodies, spark-ignition internal combustion engines, vinyl chloride polymers, ethylene polymers, nitrogen fertilizers, carbonates, dried fruits, mixtures of nuts or dried fruits, building bricks, floor blocks and similar ceramic products, unglazed ceramic tiles, etc.

The total trade turnover (raw materials and processed goods) between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in January-March 2022 amounted to $1.0 billion, which is 27.2% higher than in the same period of the previous year ($0.8 billion).

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