The industry is undergoing active development due to the new law on Subsoil and Subsoil Use.
Currently, Kazakhstan-produced wheat is shipped to 70 countries.
In 2018, the top five world exporters of beef include Brazil, India, Australia, United States and New Zealand.
Financing for the enterprises under the program totals 600 billion Tenge.
The Kazakh Government is currently holding talks with China on the ways to increase the exports of grains.
The investment announcement was made at the recent MINEX Mining and Exploration Forum 2019, held in the Kazakh capital.
Kazakhstan exported over 33,000 tonnes of meat products to 11 countries last year.
A number of projects will be launched in Kostanai, Nur-Sultan and Shymkent this year.
The program will also promote Kazakhstan into the top five meat exporting leaders.
The SEZ Khorgos – Eastern Gate is a logistics center for the distribution of cargo on the New Silk Road.
The investment deal includes Georgia purchasing at least 100 electric buses from Kazakhstan every year.
The project will involve the purchase of an innovative machine that can be used to saw logs within minutes.
The project, worth one billion Tenge, is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
Japan-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship League has been operating for 25 years.
The new e-service can be used to apply for permit documents and trading licenses.
The vehicles include cars, trucks, buses, special purpose vehicles and trailers.
The alternative energy sector of Kazakhstan received 80.2 billion Tenge of investments last year.
Kazakhstan meat is in high demand in Iran as it adheres to the strict Halal requirements and it also doesn't contain GMO additive.
Last year, the total trade turnover between the countries increased by 54% compared to 2017.