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Qatari company Hassad Food plans to build a plant for deep processing of grain and peas in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan 15.02.2024
Source: The DairyNews
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At the Kazakh-Tatar investment round table, President of Kazakhstan Kassymzhomart Tokayev expressed gratitude to the Government of Qatar and the Association of Qatari Businessmen for their constant support for the development of economic relations between the countries.
Qatari company Hassad Food plans to build a plant for deep processing of grain and peas in Kazakhstan
He also stressed that he has high hopes for partnership in the field of agriculture, The DairyNews reports with reference to the Akorda press service.

"Being the ninth country in the world in terms of its territory, 70% of which is occupied by arable land, Kazakhstan is a reliable breadbasket of Central Asia. Our agricultural products are already exported to more than 80 countries, and we aim to double exports by tripling productivity in this industry. Kazakhstan can become a reliable partner in the supply of "halal" and organic agricultural products to the Qatari market. I am aware of Hassad Food's interest in building a plant for deep processing of grain and peas. We are ready to support this initiative. We are also interested in developing the production of meat, fruits, vegetables, grains, flour and other products with further direct supplies to Qatar," the President of Kazakhstan said.

According to the Head of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the creation of the Kazakh-Qatari direct investment fund in the AIFC could serve as a platform for financing joint ventures.
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