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Chinese investors to build agro-industrial complex in N Kazakhstan

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by May 31, 2017 Legal

During the meeting with the investors from China and Singapore, the Governor of the region told the guests about the investment potential of the region.

“Our region has the richest lands in Kazakhstan. The soil strength is 55 points. We have a great potential for processing of meat, milk and all agricultural products. We are interested in contacting investors and creating the most favorable conditions for them. We started a good project “Tayynsha May” and we have big plans related to the realizations of this project. Our main branch is agriculture, that’s why we need everything that is connected with this industry – we will develop it as much as possible”, Kumar Aksakalov said.

The founder of the “Tayynsha May” company thanked the regional authorities for their support and told about the plans for the further development of the enterprise. Company’s management plans to build an agro-industrial park on the basis of the oilseed processing plant and establish a logistics system.

“Our project of the Aiju company is a system of a supply chain. The first base is a plant in Ilichevka, then we have a logistics base on the border with Kazakhstan and our logistics park in Xi’an. That is, we unite all three systems here: production, delivery and sale in Xi’an. Thus, we guarantee the quality of products, its timely delivery and the full implementation. This is what we call the “Dragon system” in China, that is, when there is already a complete system, a complete chain. And we will not depend on anyone and control this process ourselves. This system also fully coincides with the “Nurly Zhol” program, which was voiced by President of Kazakhstan N. Nazarbayev, as well as with the program announced by our President Xi Jinping “One Belt – One Way”, the Chinese founder said.

During the meeting, the parties discussed prospects for further cooperation and outlined plans for joint implementation of projects.

Source: Kazakhstan 2050

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