Russian Fish Market Faced With New Threat of Consolidation in 2023
The Russian fish market will face a new threat of consolidation due to the forthcoming allocation of investment quotas. This will lead to the withdrawal of small and medium-sized enterprises from the market, as well as large players gaining a control over their quotas.
The second stage of investment quotas program in Russia is scheduled for 2023 and will lead to a distribution of 20% of the total allowable catch (TAC) of pollock and herring in the Far East, 50% of crab catch quotas and 100% of shellfish...
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