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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №2 (149) February 18, 2009

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Contents
INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS
Russian fishermen adjusting to new procedure of fish cargo clearance for export
Moscow officials and Vladivostok fishermen in consultation over urgent issues of mandatory customs clearance of EEZ’s catch
Russia’s Baltic customs enforcing traceability of fish fillets to source of raw material
Mandatory customs clearance of EEZ’s fish catch encouraging refurbishment of port infrastructure
Fishermen propose amendments to Technical Regulation “Food Products from Aquatic Biological Resources”
First reading of Seafood Technical Regulation to bring closer traceability and compliance from source to plate
Russia’s Federal Fisheries Agency and Russian Railways looking into soft charges for shipping seafood by railway
Notorious crab poaching case ready for trial by Russian court
Federal Fisheries Agency setting 4 million tonnes catch target for 2009
Fuel costs rising again to hit Russian fishing fleet
Sturgeon fishery and export facing complete ban in 2009

RUSSIAN VET CONTROL UPDATE
Russian vets introducing accelerated procedure of seafood export control
Russian vets agreed to simplify seafood importation regime for Latvia
Directive of Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance about temporary restrictions for import to Russia of fish, fish products and non-finfish products produced by Norwegian plants
Directive of Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance about points of entry through Russian border for importing salmon roe from USA and Canada

MARKET MONITOR
Overview of Moscow's freshfrozen fish market as per the second week of February 2009
Moscow's freshfrozen fish market undergoing important developments
Frozen fish market situation in Murmansk as per 3 February 2009
Frozen fish market situation in Murmansk as per 27 January 2009
Review of Russian import of marinated seafood preserves in 2004 – 2007
Big Russian multiples coming under government’s fire for retro-bonuses
Russia’s Federal Fisheries Agency calls for protective import duties on selected fish products

SUPPLY FROM RUSSIAN FAR EAST
Overview of seafood exports from the Russian Far East in December 2008
Overview of fisheries in the seas of the Russian Far East as per 10 February 2009
MSC certification of Russian pollock fishery gathering momentum
Pollock and herring stocks in the Sea of Okhotsk reported to be high
Russian drift net fishery ban to affect sockeye salmon operations

SUPPLY FROM NORTH AND WEST FISHERY BASINS
Outlook for Russian fisheries in Murmansk-led North Basin in February 2009
Russian fisheries in North Atlantic and Central Eastern Atlantic in January 2009
Russian fishermen to profit from increased quotas of sebastes mentella
Murmansk scientists explaining grounds for red king crab fishery ban in the Barents Sea
Good results of Murmansk fish industry in 2008

COMPANY NEWS
Magadan Port to profit from mandatory customs clearance of EEZ’s catches
Major Ukraine-based importer shifting focus to ready-to-eat fish products segment
Russia to build fish processing factory in Spitsbergen

APPENDIX 1: Production of seafood by Russian fishing companies in January 2009 as compared to October-December 2008
APPENDIX 2: Catches of Russian fishing companies in January 2009 as compared to October-December 2008
APPENDIX 3: Catches of Russian fishing companies in January-December 2008

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