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Entrepreneurs and those wishing to deepen their knowledge in export were trained in Astana and Taraz

The modern realities of international trade are such that it is impossible to successfully develop your business and promote goods in foreign markets without constantly deepening theoretical knowledge of the rules of international trade and their practical application.

According to the Ainur Amirbekova, PhD, project coordinator and International Integration Department Director, QazTrade company: “It is especially important for beginners and practicing Kazakhstani exporters to improve their knowledge and their skills in the context of the ongoing global geopolitical crisis and in the context of mutual sanctions of world leading economic powers, as well as the disruption of the supply chain associated with this”.

For these purposes, as well as to cover more representatives of the business community, and in general to stimulate the population to engage in export activities, QazTrade and the International Trade Center continued to conduct practical training courses for entrepreneurs in Astana and Taraz on May 4-5 within the framework of the Ready4Trade-Central Asia project funded by the European Union. At the same time, in Taraz, the event was also timed to coincide with the largest international fashion week in Central Asia "ASPARA FASHION WEEK".

During the training in Astana and Taraz, entrepreneurs, as well as trade specialists, got acquainted in detail with the fundamental rules of international trade and the peculiarities of exporting Kazakhstani products to the EU, due to the fact that about 30% of Kazakhstan's foreign trade falls on the EU countries. In this context, the ongoing regional courses are a unique opportunity to obtain information on the various nuances of export activities and international quality and compliance requirements.