Russian Pollock Catch to Decline By as Much 20% Over Next 5 Years
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] by Eugene Gerden - October 26, 2018
Russia will face a significant decline of its pollock total allowable catch, starting in 2020, according to recent statements of scientists of the Russian Pacific Fisheries Research Center (TINRO), one of leading research institutions in the field of fishing in the country.
According to TINRO scientists' forecasts, the decline of pollock harvest in Russia after 2020 will be equivalent to -5 percent. This will result in the decline of the overall catch by about 20 percent by 2023, compared to 2018.
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