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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №3 (150) March 17, 2009

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Contents
INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS
Mandatory customs clearance of Russian fish catches in Sakhalin and Kurile carried out without delays
Customs duties exemption to encourage landings of fish in Russia
Russia’s First Vice-Premier responding to fishermen’s concerns over mandatory seafood export via fish exchanges
Russian Government to look into measures towards inshore fishery development
Kamchatka working on big investments in seafood sector

RUSSIAN VET CONTROL UPDATE
Russian vets doing big upgrade of import/export documents processing
Argus electronic system to speed up issue of Russian veterinary permits for seafood export and import
Russian vets make office in Busan to facilitate seafood export flows
Vietnam anticipating lift of ban for seafood export to Russia
Russian vets clarifying recent directive on phytosanitary certificates for fishmeal import / export

MARKET MONITOR
Overview of Moscow's freshfrozen fish market as per the second week of March 2009
Pollock prices in Russia approached psychological limit
Moscow’s freshfrozen fish market in early March 2009
Sluggish sales on Moscow’s seafood market in late February 2009
Moscow's freshfrozen fish market affected by rising pollock exports
Russian salmon caviar sector facing upgrade of preservation methods
Ukrainian seafood producers inventing new methods to maintain demand
Belarus planning to liberalize chilled and frozen seafood import

SUPPLY FROM RUSSIAN FAR EAST
Overview of seafood exports from the Russian Far East in January 2009
Comparative analysis of TACs 2009 and advice for TACs 2010 in Russia’s Far East fishery basin
Comparative analysis of commercial capture quotas in the Russian Far East Basin in 2009
Outlook for salmon fishery in Russia’s Far East Basin in 2009
Russia producing forecast of salmon catch in Sakhalin and Kuriles
Salmons in the Russian Far East to be harvested under more favourable regulations
Results of Russian salmon season 2008 still need further update

SUPPLY FROM NORTH AND WEST FISHERY BASINS
Outlook for Russian fisheries in Murmansk-led North Basin in March 2009
Russian fisheries in North Atlantic and Central Eastern Atlantic in February 2009
Results of Kaliningrad fisheries in January 2009
Russian scientists outlining good prospects for fishery stocks in Atlantic

COMPANY NEWS
Vladivostok-based largest pollock harvester reporting catch results through first seven weeks of 2009
Moscow-based fish plant launching chilled fish production
Russian Fish Company enlisted one of nation’s largest companies
Saint Petersburg seafood market operators launching modern facility for low temperature storage
Two large Ukrainian companies merged

APPENDIX 1: Onboard production of seafood by Russian fishing companies in January-February 2009 as compared to October-December 2008
APPENDIX 2: Catches of Russian fishing companies in January-February 2009 as compared to October-December 2008
APPENDIX 3: Catches of Russian fishing companies in January-February 2009
APPENDIX 4: Weekly seafood prices in Moscow's big multiples in February-March 2009
APPENDIX 5: List of Norwegian fish processing plants/vessels approved for export (except for salmon and trout) to the Russian Federation
APPENDIX 6: List of Japanese fish processing plants/vessels approved for export to the Russian Federation
APPENDIX 7: List of Danish fish processing plants approved for export to the Russian Federation and holding valid contracts with Russian importers
APPENDIX 8: List of Canadian fish processing plants approved for export to the Russian Federation and holding valid contracts with Russian importers
APPENDIX 9: List of Argentinean fish processing plants approved for export to the Russian Federation and holding valid contracts with Russian importers

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