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How, under sanctions, packaging for goods is produced in Russia

  • 19 Sep 10:41

How, under sanctions, packaging for goods is produced in Russia The special operation that began in Ukraine and the subsequent sanctions from the West affected all areas of the domestic economy.The heads of Impress Art LLC and Impress Flexibls LLC Victor Kulik and Vitaly Petrovsky told RIAMO how the restrictions have affected the production of packaging in Russia and what new challenges their business faces in these difficult times. According to Viktor Kulik, the founder of Impress Art LLC and Impress Flexibls LLC, it has always been difficult for him to run his own business, but entrepreneurial hardening helps to overcome this next wave of turbulence. “As for deliveries to everyone this year, I say the following: if earlier, as. Read more...

Russian beef exports may exceed 40,000 tons

  • 19 Sep 10:39

Russian beef exports may exceed 40,000 tons According to early estimates, Russian beef exports may exceed 40 thousand tons in 2022, says Vladimir Kravchenko, an expert at the Center for Agroanalytics. “Given the growing demand for Russian products in China, this figure may turn out to be even higher. Other markets, such as Vietnam, Chana, Hong Kong, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and other foreign markets, as well as those of the EAEU member states, will also be quite promising in the years to come,” the analyst noted in his review. Russia exported 36,9 thousand tons of beef and offal in 2021. In the first 5 months of 2022, exports reached almost 16 thousand tons in volumes, and $104.1 million in. Read more...

A collective database for breeding animals to be created in Russia

  • 19 Sep 10:38

A collective database for breeding animals to be created in Russia A draft law, presented to State Duma by the group of deputies of the lower house on September 13, offers to build a national livestock breeding information system in Russia. “The lack of a collective database for breeding animals is a restraining factor for domestic animal production development,” the explanatory note says. The data on the results of selective breeding are currently collected by the service of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture. Such data is submitted by competent regional authorities once a year. The draft law provides for the building of a national information system for animal breeding, which will contain data on breeding animals. Read more...

Russia – India Trade Up 120% In 2022

  • 19 Sep 10:37

Russia – India Trade Up 120% In 2022 Energy, grain and fertilizer needs see trade massively expand while Delhi seeks a permanent trade agreement Yury Ushakov, Russia’s Presidential aide, has stated that trade turnover between India and Russia has more than doubled, with increases of nearly 120% so far this year. He was speaking ahead of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Samarkand, which starts on Thursday (September 15). President Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will both be at the event and are scheduled to hold bilateral discussions. “Our relations are actively developing, the trade has also increased significantly with supplies of Russian oil,. Read more...

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN did not rule out the termination of the "food deal"

  • 12 Sep 08:33

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN did not rule out the termination of the "food deal" Vasily Nebenzya, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, did not rule out the termination of the "food deal", given that some of the agreements to ensure exports from Russia are not being implemented. Answering a journalist’s question if there is a threat to the whole deal, given that Russia has not yet been able to take out a single ship, Nebenzya said: “I don’t know, the deal was concluded for 4 months. This means it expires in November." “And the deal, as a rule, should be extended. I do not participate in negotiations on the deal and its extension, but given the results, or rather, the lack of results, I. Read more...

Why are chicken and pork prices going down?

  • 12 Sep 08:26

Why are chicken and pork prices going down? Prices for chicken and pork, both from manufacturers and on store shelves, have not changed much since the beginning of the year, and have even been declining in the past few weeks. This trend will continue at least until the end of the year, experts predict. According to Rosstat, since the beginning of the year, prices for poultry meat have increased by only 0.1%, and for pork - by 0.3%. Over the past few weeks, the cost of this meat has been steadily declining. The same is true for producer prices. According to the Russian Agricultural Bank, in the week from August 29 to September 4, the producer price for a broiler carcass decreased by 1% compared to the previous week,. Read more...

The National Union of Pig Breeders commented on the situation with ASF

  • 12 Sep 08:24

The National Union of Pig Breeders commented on the situation with ASF According to the Rosselkhoznadzor, at the beginning of this week there were 78 active outbreaks of ASF in Russia. In early August, there were two times fewer outbreaks. Recently, new cases of African swine fever have been reported almost every day. At the moment, quarantines have been introduced in some areas of the Nizhny Novgorod, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Volgograd regions. The leader in the number of outbreaks remains the Kostroma region - there are 20 active outbreaks of ASF (as of 09/05/2022). Due to a dangerous virus, the largest Kostroma pig farm Shuvalovo previously decided to eliminate 6,000 pigs. Recently, ASF was detected at one of the sites of the Miratorg pig-breeding. Read more...

Russia is fully self-sufficient in poultry products and is actively developing international markets

  • 12 Sep 08:22

Russia is fully self-sufficient in poultry products and is actively developing international markets Russia fully provides itself with poultry products and is actively developing international markets. For 8 months of 2022, exports increased by 33%. Some of the leading buyers are China, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. This is reported by Rosselkhoznadzor. The Rosselkhoznadzor calls on all participants in the industrial circulation of poultry products and owners of household plots to comply with biosafety rules and be attentive to the threat posed by avian influenza. The carriers of the dangerous virus are wild waterfowl, whose numerous migration routes pass through the territory of Russia. “Do not allow contact between poultry and. Read more...

Agricultural production in the EAEU increased by 1% over seven months

  • 12 Sep 08:21

Agricultural production in the EAEU increased by 1% over seven months Agricultural production in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) for seven months of 2022 increased by 1% compared to the same period last year and amounted to $52.9 billion, Iya Malkina, official representative of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), said on Wednesday during the briefing. “Agricultural production in the EAEU amounted to $52.9 billion in January-July this year and increased by almost 1% compared to the same period last year,” she said. The official representative of the EEC noted that the growth in agricultural production was observed in Kyrgyzstan (by 8.4%), Kazakhstan (by 2.1%) and Russia (by 1.8%). According to Malkina, the production. Read more...

Bank of Russia: Annual inflation dropped to 15.1% in July

  • 12 Sep 08:20

Bank of Russia: Annual inflation dropped to 15.1% in July In July, annual inflation dropped to 15.1% compared to June, when it was 15.9%.In addition, food prices continued to decline at a high pace: by 8.1% after SAAR's 8.4% m/m in June.This is stated in the Bulletin of the Research and Forecasting Department of the Bank of Russia “What do the trends say.Macroeconomics and Trends”. The main driver is the seasonally faster reduction in the price of fruits and vegetables, although its scale has somewhat decreased.The decline in prices for fruits and vegetables has been going on since April and has already compensated for the growth recorded in March (-18% in April-July against +13% m/m in. Read more...