Russia remains defiant


Source: Rosrybolovstvo

Despite Western sanctions, Russia continues to harbour bold expansion plans for its seafood processing industry

Sweeping sanctions from the West have blocked the way for many critical technologies to enter Russia, thereby making the construction of new onshore fish processing plants a tall order. On the other hand, though, the same sanctions have also given Russian authorities and businesses sufficient reason to expand the country’s processing capacity, thereby making Russian seafood far more independent and profitable as an industry.

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