Russia to Revise Plans to Gain 25% Share of EU Pollock Product Market Due to Sanctions
Russia is revising its long-term plans for gaining control of almost a 25% share of the European and U.S. pollock and cod markets due to sanctions, imposed on the country.
According to experts of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, while exports to Europe, North America and Asia have dominated the structure of fish trade in Russia in recent decades, at present sales of Russian fish in certain world regions are almost completely suspended.
Simultaneously, the government no longer sets the task of...
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