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Fish industry Khabarovsk Territory: increase in supplies to the domestic market and tax deductions to the budget

At the meeting of the board of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Khabarovsk Territory, the results of the work of the fishery complex in the current year were summed up and the main tasks for the forthcoming period were outlined.

Sergey Ryabchenko, Chairman of the Fisheries Committee of the Regional Ministry of Natural Resources, reported a 12,7% increase in the volume of fish and seafood caught this year. The total catch in 2014 was 275 thousand tons. It is noteworthy that this year a new historical maximum has been reached in the production of Pacific salmon - 67,5 thousand tons, the volume of harvesting of greenplants was increased by 4,6 times, a trumpeter by 5,5 times, rays, flounder and crabs by 1,3 times, lemonems and squids by 1,5 times.

As for the supply of fish products, exports decreased by 20%, and the volumes of supplies to the domestic market were increased by 1,7 times.

As a result of 2014, the volume of tax deductions to the regional budget due to the fishing industry amounted to 520 million rubles, which is 17% more than the level of the previous year. "The fishing industry has not provided such receipts to the regional budget for at least 10 years.", - said Sergey Ryabchenko.

In 2015, in order to maintain such positive dynamics, it is planned to take a course to expand the resource base, namely, to invest in trepang and scallop plants, and to strengthen the development of angular-shrimp shrimp, herring and shrimp-bear.

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