Deputy Minister of Trade and Integration Kairat Torebaev said earlier that Kazakhstan has stopped exporting 106 types of goods to Russia, including military equipment and components, special electronics, microcircuits and similar products, due to the global situation. This decision may affect the prices of parallel imports from China, leading to an increase of approximately 10-15%.
Experts believe that parallel imports will continue to increase. The publication writes that last year, more than 2.4 million tons of goods worth more than 20 billion dollars were imported through parallel imports, mainly automobiles, machinery and other equipment.
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