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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №6 (141) June 19, 2008

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Contents
INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS
Russian fishery head reports regulatory progress towards 10-year quota shares
President Medvedev enhanced powers of Federal Fisheries Agency
Russia’s Federal Fisheries Agency promising tariff protection to pollock producers
Russian pollock fishermen to claim $8.5 million worth of damages from Northwest Coast Guard
Government fully committed to scheduled implementation of fishery industry reform
Putin confirms high priority of nation’s fishery industry on cabinet’s agenda
Russian fishing ports accelerate processing of vessel calls
Seafood-oriented special port zone to be built in Kamchatka
Fisheries certification discussed in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Norway and Russia setting up single database of illegally fishing vessels

RUSSIAN VET CONTROLS UPDATE
Directive No. FS-NV-4/4770 dated 19 May 2008 of Russia's Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Rosselkhoznadzor
Directive No. FS-NV-4/4769 dated 19 May 2008 of Russia's Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Rosselkhoznadzor
Russian vet officers told to squeeze vessel inspection within 3 hour limit

MARKET MONITOR
Overview of seafood exports from Russian Far East in April-May 2008
Russian blue whiting market swinging between export and domestic demand
Barents Sea/Norwegian Sea: Russian fishermen facing persistent turbulence on bottom fish export market
Price bids for Russian seafood products during 23d week 2008 on terms of DES port of Northern Norway
Frozen fish market situation in Murmansk as per 23 May 2008
Frozen fish market situation in Murmansk as per 20 May 2008
Russian producers concerned with mixed market outlook for unrolling salmon season
Overview of Russian export of Alaska pollock and cod in 2007
Russia’s seafood imports continue rising
Russian tilapia import from China booming
Russians ship more seafood via Lithuanian border
Overview of quota take-up of aquatic biological resources by Russian fishery companies

SUPPLY FROM RUSSIAN FAR EAST
Outlook for fisheries in the Russian Far East in June 2008
Overview of fisheries in the seas of the Russian Far East in May 2008
Outlook by species and areas for salmon fishery in the Russian Far East in 2008
Kamchatka scientists produce detailed projections for salmon runs in the region
Kamchatka Government takes over salmon quota distribution and fishery regulation
Kamchatka names winners of 20 year entitlement to salmon fishing sites
Kamchatka starts 20-year allocation of salmon fishing sites

SUPPLY FROM NORTH AND WEST FISHERY BASINS
Outlook for fisheries in the North Basin in June 2008
Russian fisheries in North Atlantic and Central Eastern Atlantic in May 2008
Russia’s State Fisheries Committee allocating extra quotas of redfish

COMPANY NEWS
IPO to raise USD 300 million for Russian Sea Group
Snails from Russian producers to conquer new markets
Moscow processor launches affordable salmon caviar
Leading Russian producer of foodstuffs launched new range of premium canned fish products
Abortive outcome for Murmansk Fish Port auction

SHIPBUILDING, CONVERSION AND REFURBISHMENT
Stunning opportunities for fleet renewal opening up in Russia

FISH FARMING
Russian soaring trout industry faces Green protests
Two Saint-Petersburg investors commissioning trout farms
Private companies boosting investments into salmon stocks reproduction at Sakhalin

APPENDIX 1: Fairs & Exhibitions

APPENDIX 2: Proposal of fishing vessels designs circulated by United Shipbuilding Corporation (Russia) to Russian fishing companies
Proposed designs of large vessels
Proposed designs of middle vessels
Proposed designs of small boats
Proposed designs of transport reefers

APPENDIX 3: Catches of Russian fishing companies in January-May 2008

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