Russia May Significantly Reduce Pollock Catch This Year Due to Problems With its Sales
Russia may significantly reduce pollock catch this year due to the current problems with its sales, particularly to the Chinese market.
At present the talks between Russia and China regarding the resumption of fish supplies from Russia are ongoing, however exports are not be probably resumed until the end of February.
As Alexander Saveliev, a well-known Russian fishery analyst, said in interview with some Russian media, as of February 1, 178 million tonnes of pollock were produced in Russia...
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