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Japanese will change Russian laws

The fish processing cluster, on the concept of which specialists from the Japanese Research Institute Nomura (Tokyo) are working on in Primorye, requires changes in the legislative framework for its effective operation. Georgy Martynov, President of the Association of Fisheries Enterprises in Primorye, spoke about this. According to him, the main ideology of creating the complex is the relocation of huge sites for trade in fish products to Russia.

“At the moment we are faced with the fact that we catch a lot of fish, but we have to sell it abroad, because there are no own sites for such activities on the Russian coast. An important circumstance is the need to switch from the export of raw materials to the export of processed products, and the cluster implies the creation of processing areas. The project will be interesting for both foreign players and our fish farmers. For example, fishermen from Kamchatka - it will be very profitable for them to have their own refrigeration units here and store their products with their neighbors, that is, with us, ”he shared.

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