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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №9 (120) September 18, 2006

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Contents
INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS
Russian regulators creating possibilities for quota shares purchase
Deputy minister outlining measures for more landings in Russia
Results and outlook of lawmaking in the Russian fishery industry
Government approved rules of defining customs value
Russian suppliers of Alaska pollock urged to certify fisheries
Murmansk government reforms management of fishery industry
Norwegian fishery department willing to open office in Murmansk
Archangelsk fishery industry reporting results in the first half
MARKET MONITOR
Statistics on Russian seafood production in January-July 2006
Russian-Norwegian trade hit by requirement of new export certificates and approvals
New Russian requirements cause further suspension of shipments of Norwegian salmon and trout
Murmansk reports end of short-lived problems with import of Norwegian seafood
Overview of freshfrozen fish market of St. Petersburg
Russian vets complete inspection Norwegian fresh salmon plants
US traders seeking suppliers of finfish and crabs in Murmansk
SUPPLY FROM RUSSIAN FAR EAST
Fishery outlook in the Russian Far East in September 2006
Overview of fishery in the Russian Far East in August 2006
Forecast for Pacific herring fishery in the Russian Far East
Ministry of Agriculture to conduct surveys of red king crab stocks
Kamchatka received extra quotas for sockeye capture
Potential increase of laminaria exports to Japan
SUPPLY FROM NORTH AND WEST FISHERY BASINS
Fishery outlook for Murmansk-led North Basin in September 2006
Overview of Russian fisheries in the North Atlantic in August 2006
Prospects of Russia's red king crab fishery in the Barents Sea
Overview of Kaliningrad fisheries in the first seven months of 2006
COMPANY NEWS
Vietnamese seafood behind success of Moscow importer
Archangelsk Trawler Fleet about to exhaust its quotas
Retail chain going to process fish in Saint Petersburg
Sakhalin-based company investing into processing technologies
Big Chinese team visiting streamlined Murmansk Fish Port
Directorate of Fisheries apologizes to Murmansk shipowner
Japanese fish coming in fashion with Russian restaurant goers
Moscow seafood house seeks suppliers for cash & carry division
Receivership extended to help sell Vladivostok Rybokombinat
FESCO selling its reefer business
Russian company to invest 16 mln USD in laminaria iodine project
Agreement to pave way for 60 million Euro processing project
FISH FARMING
Leading business expanding production and sales capability
Seven million USD project to boost fish feeds in Saint Petersburg
Modern fish hatchery boosts restocking capacity in Sakhalin
SHIPBUILDING, CONVERSIONS and REFURBISHMENT
Government lifts import duties for fishing vessels
Leading co-op to pioneer «Moon pool» longliner crabber design
Factory trawler delivered after refurbishment to Magadan operator
Convenience products generating stable profits
APPENDIX 1: Fairs and Exhibitions
APPENDIX 2: List of Vladivostok companies with underexploited quotas to be retrieved by the government
APPENDIX 3: Russian seafood import statistics for the first half of 2005-2006
herrring (Clupea harengus, Clupea pallasii)
mackerel (Scomber scombrus, Scomber australasicus, Scomber japonicus) salmons Pacific and Atlantic, including trout
hake (Merluccius spp.)
shrimps
Alaska pollock (Theragra chalcogramma)
cod (Gadus morhua, Gadus macrocephalus, Gadus ogac) and polar cod Boreogadus saida
saithe (Pollachius virens)
haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)
ocean perch (Sebastes spp.)
surimi
TOTAL imports of finfish and other aquatic products
APPENDIX 4: List of Russian onshore establishments and factory vessels approved for export of finfish and other aquatic species into EU countries as per 14 August 2006

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