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Kazakhstan to deliver rails in Tajikistan

14 August, 2018, 13:20 265
Kazakhstan to deliver rails in Tajikistan

Kazakhstan's products for the total amount of 18.8 million dollars will be delivered in Tajikistan. 

 


Three agreements for the total amount of 18.8 million dollars were signed following the trade and economic mission of Kazakhstan's export products to Tajikistan. It was informed by Kazakhstan's External Trade Chamber, INA Kazinform reports. 

A mission was oragnized by Kazakhstan's external trade chamber jointly with the Trade and Industrial Chamber of Tajikistan and the embassy of Kazakhstan in this country. Kazakhstan's delegation included 20 large trade poducers in the car building, construction and food industries. 

Tajikistan was represented by the Ministries of Transport, Economic Development, Finance, Industry, Energy and Healthcare. Leasing and private transport comanies, and a number of trade networks and other Tajikistan's firms took part. 

The agreements on delivery 50 JAC cars manufactured by SaryarkaAutoProm were signed, as well as the agreements on presenting dealer's rights to CJSC Holding Asia Group Tajikistan for all models of JAC cars on the territory of Tajikistan. 

Hyundai Com Trans Kazakhstan has sold Hyundai cars for the total amount of 18 million dollars. And, Mega SMART LLP signed a contract for 300 thousand dollars on delivery of funiture items in Tajikistan. 

Negotiations between JSC Aktobe Rain and Beam Plant and SUE Tajikistan Railways have been successfully finished. The parties agreed to deliver six tons of rails. 

Representatives of the companies of Zhas-Kanat 2006, Concern 'Tsesna-Astyk', Novo-Aldzhanskiy melkombinat, DUMAN, Higher Quazar and Tikkurila visited the largest trade network of Tajikistan Ashan and Paikar. The trade and economic mission lasted until August 12, and included the international universal exhibition Tajikistan-2018, where the cars manufactured in Kazakhstan of the model of JAC were presented, including the first electronic car of the serial production on the territory of the Customs Union - JACiEV7S, as well as Iveco commercial devices.