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7% growth of production recorded in the first half of the year in the Chechen republic

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One of the development priorities of the Chechen republic is the agro-industrial complex. Owing to the approved agriculture support measures, sustainable economic growth was achieved.

According to the Chechen stats, in the first half of 2018 the republic produced food valued at over 7bn RUB.
The establishment of large-scale greenhouse complexes enabled the increase in the production of vegetables 2.4-fold if compared to the first half of 2017. About 15k tonnes of greenhouse vegetables were harvested.

The planted acreage has also increased by 15k ha and exceeded 260k ha.

Cattle population totalled 240k animals, sheep and goats – 244k animals, poultry – 1,3m animals.

Source: Chechenskaya Respibica Segodnya



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