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Flaxseed: transport collapses on the Kazakh-Chinese border

November 30, 2020 at 3:59 PM, Der AUDITOR
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NUR-SULTAN. Last week, delays in export processing at the Kazakh-Chinese border led to the temporary suspension of rail freight traffic. These measures have now been extended.

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Qasaqstan Temir Scholy, the state railway company of Kazakhstan, announced that on 23 November, the ban on loading of all types of goods via the railway stations Dostyk and Alashankou to China will be extended until 10 December. According to APK-Inform, this decision was taken after China tightened its control measures for the acceptance and transhipment of cargo. Since 16 November 2020, China is said to accept practically no cargo from Kazakhstan, with the exception of containers and pallets. In addition, China is demanding the cleaning

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