Russia seeks to boost domestic aquaculture

Russia seeks to boost domestic aquaculture

Over the past decade Russian aquaculture has doubled its output from 105,000 tonnes in 2007 to 219,000 tonnes in 2017, much of the credit for which can be attributed to successful government policies supporting fish farming, reports Vladislav Vorotnikov.

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