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In the Khabarovsk Territory, bioresource production increased by 18,4% since the beginning of 2014

The Ministry of Natural Resources of the Khabarovsk Territory reports that from January to May, enterprises of the region caught 121,2 thousand tons of aquatic biological resources. This is by 18,8 tonnes or by 18,4% higher than the same period 2013 year.

“The achievement of such high indicators was facilitated by the good development of pollock in the first quarter of 2014, as well as spawning herring, which in April-May was caught off the coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk twice as much as a year ago,” commented Sergey Ryabchenko, chairman of the fishery committee of the regional Ministry of Natural Resources.

The volume of fish and fish products production amounted to 93,9 thousand tons, which is 16,6% (13,3 thousand tons) more than a year ago. The industrial production index “Processing and preserving of fish and seafood” reached 110,2%. The volume of shipped products amounted to 3,7 billion rubles, which is 15,7% higher than the level of the corresponding period last year.

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