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Kazakhstan: 24,000 tonne plant construction project

19/04/2019 - François-Xavier Branthôme
In an exclusive interview to Kazakh newspaper in late March, Governor of Kyzylorda Region Krymbek Kusherbayev discusses major developments in the region to develop industry based on the public-private partnership principle, promote tourism to the region famous for hosting the Baikonur space launch site, among other subjects.
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In the field of agriculture, he announced that the initiator of the project for construction of a plant with a capacity of 24,000 tonnes of tomato paste per year together with the Turkish company Tat sowed four varieties of tomatoes by drip irrigation as an experiment on 10 hectares of land in the Zhanakorgan area. As a result, 100 tonnes of tomatoes have been collected on 10 hectares of land and 60 tonnes of products have been sold.
 

Source : astanatimes.com

 
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