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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №5 (80) May 1, 2003

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Contents
FISHING INDUSTRY NEWS
PM appoints new fishery head
Russian motherships getting no permission to klondike for Alaskan salmon
Inspectors seizing 47 tonnes of illegally produced crab products
RFE firms charged $81 million for illegal fishery
Kamchatka distributes inshore quotas
Russia to start experimental black cod fishery
COMPANY NEWS
Group claiming RUR3.31 million in a court case over damage to trademark
Processor finds good market for dried snacks
Murmansk University working on value added processing of cheap and underused fishes
St Petersburg processor commissioning new sprat packing unit
Troubled Moscow combine hitting the road to recovery
RUSSIAN FAR EAST FISHING SCENE
First quarter results encouraging in defiance of reduced free quotas
April catch in Russian Far East stays abreast of last year
Harvest still dominated by Alaska pollack
Roe herring harvest doing a big jump
Atka mackerel catch plummeting
Assorted bottom fish operations static
Expected surge of squid catch fails to materialise
Crab catch contracting in spite of new expedition
Shrimp fleet mounting efforts
NORTH BASIN FISHERY PROGRESS
North Fisheries Basin clearing lag of cod catch
Good catch rates result in bright outlook for haddock
Shrimp fishery remains uneconomical
Murmansk resumes scallop harvesting
Capelin season ending short of reduced quota
Blue whiting boats report good catch rates
Good start for redfish spring season
Mixed results in the Northwest Atlantic
Russians mounting efforts in South Atlantic
Good outlook for all fisheries except squid
SHIPBUILDING, CONVERSIONS AND REFURBISHMENT
Vega happy with converted longliner
Company reports successful sales of lamister pack lines
MARKET MONITOR
Stocks, quotas, supplies, prices, new products, etc.
230,000 metric tons of pollack quotas in the Bering Sea sold out in one day
Korea buys access to Russian Bering Sea pollack
Shetland Catch ships all big mackerel to Russia
Pelagic prices stagnating in Moscow and St. Petersburg
188,000 tonnes of salmons expected to run into the rivers of the Russian Far East
Kaliningrad hosted Russian-Lithuanian Fisheries Commission
Vladivostok exports displaying considerable fall
Russian fish consumption has good potential for growth
AQUACULTURE
Russian-Chinese scallop and trepang farm to be launched in Primoriye
Success of first farms leads to bigger targets for scallop and crab growers
Karelia to invest $5.5 million in trout hatcheries
Appendix 1. Fairs and Exhibitions
Appendix 2. Results of the quota auction held on 18 and 19 April 2003
Appendix 3: May overview of wholesale prices

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