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Dec 24, 2015meatcommerce.com

The difficult economic conditions have forced Russian businesses to reassess, which could be a good thing in the long run.

Sanctions hurt, but low oil prices hurt more. Source: Shutterstock / Legion-Media 

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Dec 24, 2015farminguk.com

Playing nice with Russia isn’t always easy. Last year, things got dicey and a ban on dairy imports was put in place. The ban which was supposed to only last until August 2015 has been extended to August 2016. (Rumors suggest it might be around until 2018.) Why should you care? The ban on Russia is putting downward pressure on milk prices around the globe, even here at home. 

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Dec 23, 2015meatcommerce.com

Moscow is keen to increase food exports to Asia-Pacific countries. Special economic zones in the Russian Far East could host joint agricultural projects.

Grain harvesting in the Krasnoyarsk Territory. Source: Alexandr Kryazhev/RIA Novosti 

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Dec 23, 2015meatcommerce.com

Analysts have reacted to the latest collapse of oil prices with varying forecasts. Some believe oil prices are on their way down to the critical level of $35, which would keep the Russian economy in recession. Others, however, including Western analysts, are of the opinion that 2016 may see the first shoots of recovery. 

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Dec 10, 2015ThePigSite

RUSSIA - Russia has reported two new outbreaks of African Swine Fever in backyard pigs and wild boar. 

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Dec 8, 2015TheFishSite

RUSSIA - Weakened raw material pricing could present buyers with opportunities on value added products in the EU and North America. However, a manufacturing push for domestic Russian production is underway, indicating less raw material availability for export, reports Rob Reierson in the Tradex Foods 3-Minute Market Insight.

 

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Dec 7, 2015farminguk.com

Russia could become the world’s largest supplier of ecologically clean and high-quality organic food, said President Vladimir Putin on Thursday. He also called on the country to become completely self-sufficient in food production by 2020. 

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Dec 4, 2015meatcommerce.com

Poultry production in Russia is on the increase with the first 9 months of this year seeing an 8.2% rise over last year’s output, according to the country’s Ministry of Agriculture. 

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Dec 4, 2015meatcommerce.com

Russia continues to decrease the volume of pork imports. Between January and September 2015 pork imports amounted to 237,200 tonnes, which is 24.3% less than in the same period in 2014, according to data provided by the Federal State Statistics Service in Russia. 

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Dec 3, 2015freshplaza.com

Russia has provided more details on the previously announced sanctions against Turkey. Different foods from Turkey will no longer be allowed to cross the border to Russia. The list, according to various sources, includes tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, oranges, grapes, apples, peaches, apricots, nectarines, plums, strawberries and mandarins. There are also talks about broccoli and cauliflower. The boycott will be imposed from 1 January, so that the market can prepare for the closed borders. 

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