Kazakhstan is one of the most significant players in the global wheat market.
The volume of trade between the two countries last year exceeded five billion Euros.
Iran will send a delegation of business officials to Astana in the next few months.
These include the innovation industry as well as information technology.
The major cooperation sectors between regions include machine-building, tourism, chemical and agricultural industries.
Kazakhstan sold gas worth US$1.7 billion from January to October 2018.
The Polish companies are interested in the engineering, agriculture and production of building materials.
Last year, the port processes a total of 1.33 million tonnes of freight.
Last year, the center recorded more than five billion Tenge in revenue.
A trial consignment of 60 tonnes of Tarom Hashemi rice was exported to Iran in 2018.
The deal includes Kazakhstan shipping 10 additional types of products.
Kazakhstan is ranked among the top 30 countries by World Bank’s ranking.
Belgian investors are planning to visit Kazakhstan in June this year.
For the first 11 months of 2018, fixed investment in the young city reached 854 billion Tenge.
UAE has shown great interest in Kazakh-made flour, wheat as well as meat and milk.
The Kazakh meat is highly in demand in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Germany, Kuwait and Vietnam.
Kazakhstan produced 3.3 million tonnes of petroleum in January until November 2018.
A single web service will be created by Astana Hub to support other industrial and innovative projects in the future.
Kazakhstan plans to export nine million tonnes of grain and flour globally this year.
Tajik Government has also introduced an electronic tax register in January this year.