The agro-industrial complex of Kazakhstan has a huge potential for development, and having it implemented, our country can become one of the largest world exporters of agricultural products. This idea has been repeated in statements made by experts and officials over the years. On the other hand, the years go by, and the situation in the agro-industrial complex, despite the substantial support of the state, has not been changing radically.
Why can't Kazakhstan make a breakthrough in promotion of its products on the world markets? How will the utilization fee affect farmers and food prices? How do regular personnel changes in the Ministry of Agriculture affect the industry? We discussed these and many other issues with Guzel Sagintayeva, a member of the Supervisory Board of the Foreign Trade Chamber of Kazakhstan.