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Far Eastern fishermen suffer losses due to coronavirus
Fisheries in the Far East began to experience difficulties with fish supplies to China. Due to the spread of coronavirus, local processors stopped production, and Russian raw materials begin to accumulate in ports.
As the Interfax, vessels with herring and pollock stand idle awaiting unloading. The refrigeration capacities of the ports do not accommodate all Russian fish. Because of this, its value is falling and has already fallen below the level of the previous season.
In the Sea of Okhotsk, about 100 vessels are fishing for pollock. During the season, they usually produce about 900 thousand tons of pollock. Now deliveries are carried out only to South Korea, the Russian market is already saturated. If in the near future the Chinese fish processors do not resume work, pollock Putin in the Far East will be the most disastrous in the last three decades.