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EU is interested in Russian products - expert

  • 23 Jan 09:25

EU is interested in Russian products - expert There is a growing interest in organic food from Russia in Europe. This was reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the head of the Russian Export Center (REC) Mikhail Zhuk. The expert said this before the opening of the agricultural exhibition "Green Week" in the German capital. According to him, not only the volume of exports is growing, but also the list of delivered goods. As examples he called environmentally friendly agricultural products and feed. According to Zhuk, Russian producers are ready to increase their exports and are able to not only surprise, but also provide Europeans and other consumers with organic food. The expert also believes. Read more...

Food exports may decrease by 4%

  • 13 Mar 10:27

Food exports may decrease by 4% The export of agricultural products from Russia in 2019 could be reduced by 4%, in value terms - up to $ 24 billion, predicts the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies The main reason for the reduction in exports is a decrease in the volume of deliveries abroad of grain due to a decrease in its gross collection in 2018. Food imports will also continue to decline, and by the end of this year, it may decrease by 4.5% to $ 28 billion, says ICARD Director Dimitry Rylko. Last year, agroexport in monetary terms amounted to almost $ 25.1 billion, and imports are estimated at $ 29.3 billion. Thus, Russia is close to a zero trade balance, and this trend will. Read more...

Russia`s agricultural export exceeded $ 24.3 billion in 2018

  • 11 Jan 08:54

By mid-December Russian agricultural export exceeded $24.3 billion, which is 20% higher than last year. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, this growth was possible because of export growth of meat and dairy products, fish and seafood, food and processing industries products. It is expected that exports of the oil and fat industry can grow by a quarter, up to $ 4 billion in 2019. The Ministry of Food and Chemical Industry also expects significant growth in the supply of meat and dairy products. In the coming year, exports in this area may increase by 73% and exceed $ 1.1 billion. Meanwhile, the project committee of the national project. Read more...

Eco-friendly Russian food products can satisfy China’s growing appetite

  • 15 Sep 10:28

Eco-friendly Russian food products can satisfy China’s growing appetite Until the mid-1980s, the Soviet Union was among the world leaders in the production of wheat, rye, sugar beet, potatoes, milk and livestock. Russia’s agricultural industry then went into the doldrums and took over two and a half decades to recover. It received a major boost in 2014 when Russia introduced sanctions on food products from the West, and initiated an import substitution-focused policy. The price competitiveness of Russian agricultural products has primarily increased over the last two years due to the sharp devaluation of the ruble. Bumper harvests in the last two years have led to a surplus of agricultural produce in Russia and an. Read more...

Russian embargo causes $1bn loss to Ukraine

  • 26 Aug 09:09

Russian embargo causes $1bn loss to Ukraine Ukraine has lost $1bn-worth of trade thanks to the Russian-inflicted food embargo, according to Natalia Mykolska Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of. Read more...

Russia looks to provide food security to Pacific Rim countries

  • 23 Dec 09:53

Russia looks to provide food security to Pacific Rim countries 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 The Russian government has decided to significantly increase food exports to countries in the Pacific Rim. At the APEC-2015 Summit in Manila in November, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that Russian companies would double their grain supplies to Asia-Pacific countries by 2020. “The increase of economic influence in the Pacific Rim region, particularly with the increase of agricultural exports, is. Read more...