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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №5 (68) May 1, 2002

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Vladivostok works at wholesale fish market
Think-tank urges industry to tap huge Antarctic resources
Russia and Iceland sign cooperation agreements
Murmansk trawl maker complains of poor orders for pelagic gear
Controversial supertrawlers may go for sale
Korea ready to cooperate with Russia in sturgeon and Alaska pollack issues
New rules for competitive distribution of capture quotas
Good situation does not lead to higher cod supply
Russians resume pollack fishery in the Bering Sea
Ban on halibut net fishery to be lifted
Rise of lumpfish catch hampered by marketing bottleneck
Recovering combine goes ahead with fleet renewal
Murmansk Shipbuilders lay four trawlers
Moscow and St. Petersburg: market stability disturbed only by Norwegian salmon
Government approves reduced salmon TAC
Bering Sea pollack quotas sold out
Quotas of blue king crab go at up to 7,000 dollars per tonne
Russia struggles to regain canned market share
Kamchatka looks into 1 million tonne seaweed potential
Industry’s think-tank working on seafood diet for babies
The Urals-based group wins “best supplier” title
Appendix1: Results of quota auction held on 25 April 2002
Appendix 2: Results of quota auction held on 26 April 2002
Appendix 3. Chemical composition of Kamchatka’s kelps
Appendix 5: May overview of wholesale prices

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