EAEU agricultural production totalled $154.8bn in 11 months of 2022
In January-November last year, agricultural production in the Eurasian Economic Union across farms of all categories stood at $154.8bn – up 5.1 percent compared to January-November 2021, according to the EEC press service
In particular, as specified in the EEC, the growth was observed across all five EAEU member states: Kazakhstan – by 8.5 percent, Kyrgyzstan – by 6.4 percent, Russia – by 4.7 percent, Belarus – by 3.5 percent and Armenia – by 0.5 percent.
“The positive dynamics is associated with an increase in the harvest of the main agricultural crops, primarily cereals and legumes, which is due to crop yield growth. The production of the main types of livestock products also raised,” the European Economic Commission concluded.