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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №5 (104) May 1, 2005

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Contents
FISHING INDUSTRY NEWS
Russian importers keen to operate in a totally law-abiding way
Industry grows again thanks to reduced red tape barriers
Marine ports told to compete on equal footing
Legal update
NEW LAW ON FISHERY: A CLOSER LOOK
COMPANY NEWS
Processor “Dva Kapitana” makes value by launching squid preserves
RFE cannery shipping for export
RUSSIAN FAR EAST FISHING SCENE
Positive supply signals from fishery in the Russian Far East to April 2005
Pollock roe output and other products in the Sea of Okhotsk
Line cod fishery in the West Bering Sea zone in April 2005
Progress of fishery in the Karaginsk subarea
Fishery for mixed bottomfish in Petropavlovsk- Comandor subzone
Progress of fishery in the North Kuriles
Progress of fishery off the South Kuriles
Okhotsk herring fishery comes second in importance
Cod and halibut fishery in the Sea of Okhotsk
Shrimper operations in the Sea of Okhotsk
Crab fishery in the Sea of Okhotsk
Mixed bottom fish operations in the Sea of Okhotsk
APO and crab fisheries in East Sakhalin
Progress of fishery in the Sea of Japan
Russian Far East fishery outlook for May 2005
NORTH BASIN FISHERY PROGRESS
Cod and haddock catch trends in the Barents Sea fishery
Overview of Russian blue whiting fishery revealed improving sizes
Russian Haddock fishery at Rockall Bank
Progress of Russian redfish operations in the Irminger Sea
Russian halibut fishery in Northwest Atlantic
Russian shrimpers resume operations at Flemish Cap
Russians expand to grounds off Morocco in Central Eastern Atlantic
Fishery outlook for May 2005 in the North Basin
MARKET MONITOR
Stocks, quotas, supplies, prices, new products, etc.
Russian catch and production results in 2004
Freshfrozen fish market of St. Petersburg and Moscow in May 2005
Russia breaks one billion crown mark in buying from Norway
Trends on Russia’s seafood market in 2004
Seafood market in Moscow and surrounding province in 2004
Russians prepared to pay more for eco-clean products
Statistics Service reports growth figures for fish industry in first quarter 2005
Vladivostok fishermen boosting export of pollock products
Official figures confirm growth trends in Russian seafood imports
White book figures for Russian exports
Russian processors capitalizing on good demand for squid products
Shipbuilding, conversions and refurbishment
Kaliningrad yard to stretch Norwegian shrimper
Appendix 1. Fairs and Exhibitions
Appendix 2: May overview of wholesale prices
Appendix 3: Officially reported harvest and production in December 2004 and in January-December 2004 as broken down between Russia’s Fisheries Basins
Appendix 4: Dynamics of retail and wholesale prices in the city of Moscow in 2004, RUR per kilo, RUR per unit

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