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Kazakhstan transit cargo to double in volume by 2025 from 2010

Rail transport gaining from pandemic, online shopping: deputy minister

A container terminal of Eurotransit in Altynkol, Kazakhstan. The country's rail transport is benefitting from rising maritime shipping costs and delays. (Photo by Yohei Ishikawa)

NUR-SULTAN -- Cargo transiting through Kazakhstan is expected to double in volume by 2025 from 2010, said Deputy Minister of National Economy Alibek Kuantyrov in a recent interview with Nikkei Asia in the capital of Nur-Sultan, pointing to the country as a "very important link" between Europe and Asia.

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