Russia Posts Almost 30% Increase of Pollock Catch This Year Despite Problems With Supplies
Russia increased pollock catch this year by almost 30%, up to 265,000 on a year-on-year basis despite complex weather conditions and the existing problems with exports to Asia-Pacific states, particularly China.
According to data of Rosrybolovstvo, of the overall catch, 232,700 tonnes of catch were produced in the Sea of Okhotsk, particularly the Kamchatka-Kuril and West Kamchatka subzones, which account for the majority of catch.
In the meantime, in addition to pollock, positive dynamics are observed in the case of...
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