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Thursday, January 14, 2016

14/01/2016: Russian food embargo: Who’s been hurt?

http://advocate.gaalliance.org/russian-food-embargo-whos-been-hurt/
The bear refused the fish - did her cubs go hungry? (Image: Christoph Strässler)
In August 2014, Russia introduced an embargo on food imports, including seafood, from the United States, all European Union member states, Australia, Canada and Norway, The Global Aquaculture Advocate reports.
 

After 14 months, what have been the consequences of the embargo? Consider the impacts on the global market for farmed salmonids – salmon and ocean-farmed trout.

Diversified market
During the same time period, the salmon market has grown in terms of the number of importing countries, leading to a geographically less-concentrated global market.

Read the full article HERE.

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