Kazakhstan is ready to increase supply of export goods to the Swiss market by $500 million

Astana. June 28. KazTAG - Kazakhstan is ready to increase the supply of export goods to the Swiss market by $500 million, reports the Ministry of Trade and Integration of Kazakhstan.
“We have analyzed our potentially export-ready goods, and are ready to expand the current list by another 90 commodity items worth $546.4 million. Considering the high quality of Swiss goods, we are ready to offer premium segment products: caviar, fish, honey, wine and vodka products. We are actively working with the European Commission, the export of fish products has already been agreed, and honey is under development. At the working groups, we initiated the issue of certification of supplies of Kazakh caviar to the EU market,” said  Minister Serik Zhumangarin at the 11th meeting of the Kazakh-Swiss Commission on trade and economic cooperation.
Swiss business is represented by Philip Morris International (tobacco industry), Glencore International (MMC), Roche Holding (pharma), SGS (certification) or ABB (electrical engineering), Bühler Group (mechanical engineering) and others. In total, about 300 companies with the participation of Swiss capital operate in Kazakhstan.
At the end of 2022, the trade turnover between the countries amounted to $1.4 billion.

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