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Publications / Russian Fish e-Monthly / №6 (81) June 1, 2003

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Contents
FISHING INDUSTRY NEWS
New fishery head wants Russian catch to double
Fishery head loses powers of company quota distribution to collective body
Domestic investment rising
National monitoring centre to help solve poaching problem
Seafood Restaurant Business
Sushi-bars springing up in Moscow
Sushi traded on the Net
COMPANY NEWS
Official end of once biggest trawler fleet of Vladivostok
Major Arkhangelsk combine gets new boss and new policy
RUSSIAN FAR EAST FISHING SCENE
Catch in the RFE still ahead of last year
Increased supply from roe herring fishery
Alaska pollack fishery gathering momentum in the Bering Sea
Trawlers outdoing longliners in assorted bottom fish operations
Crab fishery slightly ahead of last year
Shrimp fishery picking up off East Sakhalin
North Kurile squid fishery picks up as by-catch decreases
Slow progress of sea urchin fishery
Short-term outlook for RFE Basin
NORTH BASIN FISHERY PROGRESS
Shortage felt in the cod supply in spite of good catch rates
Murmansk inshore fishermen report growth of catch
SHIPBUILDING, CONVERSIONS AND REFURBISHMENT
Write-offs of ageing fleet capacity too slow
Russian and foreign processing plant suppliers competing for market in Vladivostok
MARKET MONITOR
Stocks, quotas, supplies, prices, new products, etc.
Share of exports in the industry’s output growing
Russian seafood exports from 1998-2002
Value added processing on the rise in Russia
Seafood imports rising by 36.6%
Sakhalin to lead in the salmon season
Sea urchin quotas transferred to free of charge distribution
Murmansk wholesale prices displaying mixed trends
Azov-Black Sea prices set for slow rise
Russian domestic prices to decelerate in the second quarter
Kamchatka seal fishery could yield 23 million USD
Norwegian exports to Russia get further boost
Appendix 1: Trends in exploitation of Russian onshore and at sea processing facilities in 1995-2001
Appendix 2. Russian catch trends as broken down by species in 1991-2002
Appendix 3. Financial indicators of performance of Russian fishery industry in 1998-2002
Appendix 4. Trends in the Russian catch in 1997-2002 in terms of fishing areas.
Appendix 5. Fairs and Exhibitions

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