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Flaxseed: first estimates for 2020/2021

January 29, 2020 4:31 PM, Der AUDITOR
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NUR-SULTAN/OTTAWA. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada has issued the first estimates for 2020/2021. Meanwhile, the pressure is on in Kazakhstan.

Further price declines expected

Prices are expected to decline in Kazakhstan over the next few weeks. One reason is that the borders with China will remain closed as a preventive measure to contain the spread of the corona virus. The heaviest snowstorms witnessed since 1964 have, however, subdued trading activities. Snow, for instance, climbed to nearly 40 cm in just one night in and around Nur-Sultan. The roads and railways now have to be cleared of snow and ice. Many companies have reduced their working hours and send their employees home in the early afternoon. F

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