Kazakhstan to raise level of state support of agrarian and industrial complex up to recommended by WTO

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11:54 07.06.2007
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Almaty. June 7. Kazakhstan Today - The agricultural issues connected with the introduction of Kazakhstan into the World Trading Organization (WTO) were discussed today at the government meeting under the presidency of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Masimov, the Kazakhstan PM's press service informed the agency.

"At this stage it is necessary for Kazakhstan to increase the level of state support of agrarian and industrial complex up to the recommended by WTO, to provide food safety, veterinary and fytosanitory well-being of the country, to realize bursting through projects in the system of agrarian and industrial complex and to increase volume of state financing for realization of the program Potable Water," A. Yesimov said.

Summarizing the stated proposals of the meeting participants, the head of the Prime Minister charged the Ministry of Economics and Budgetary Planning to consider the proposals of the Ministry of Agriculture during formation of the republican budget for 2008 - 2010 and defining the limits of the finances of local budgets as much as possible.

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