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June 17, 2015
In 2014, Russia produced 15 million metric tons (MMT) of fresh vegetables which covered around 86 percent of total domestic consumption needs.
May 15, 2015
President Putin Appoints New Minister of Agriculture… Central Bank Cuts Key Interest Rate as CPI Stabilizes… Russian Government Approved Distribution of Subsidies to Support Rural Infrastructure…
April 27, 2015
Russian Government Approved Subsidies to Support Agricultural Machinery Producers . . . Ministry of Agriculture Reports on Feed Stocks . . . Increased Marketing of Locally Produced Fish . . .
April 10, 2015
Russian Government Approves Subsidies for Young Farmers… Addition of 10 billion rubles to the Charter Capital of Rosselkhozbank…
March 30, 2015
Russian Government Updates Formulas for the Co-Financing of Economically Important Regional Agricultural Programs… The Government Amends Rules for the Quota Distribution System for Fish and Seafood…
December 30, 2014
Red Fish Supplies Deficit Reported . . . Russian Fishermen Catch Down . . . Russian Imports of Milk and Vegetables Down . . . Chinese Fruits and Vegetables Exports to Russia Up . . .
November 7, 2014
In marketing year (MY) 2013, Russia remained one of the biggest importers of fruits in the world having purchased 1.2 million metric tons (MT) of apples, 391,060 MT of pears, and 324,910 MT of grapes.
October 20, 2014
Government to Approve Draft of Federal Law on Territories of Priority Development in Russian Far East…Russia to Resume Rice Imports from China...China to Supply Russia with Vegetables and Fruits…
August 21, 2014
On August 20, 2014, the Government of Russia issued a decree amending the list of banned agricultural products from the United States, Canada, the European Union, Australia, and Norway to exclude...
August 15, 2014
On July 21, 2014, the Russian President signed the new Federal Law No. 2016-FZ “On Plant Quarantine”.
August 8, 2014
On August 6, 2014, Russia issued an order banning certain agricultural imports from the United States, the EU-28, Canada, Australia, and Norway for one year.
August 7, 2014
On August 6, 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree banning a list of agricultural products from the United States, Canada, European Union, Australia, and Norway.
June 27, 2014
This report includes trade data for the United States and top exporters as well as analysis of developments affecting world trade in potatoes.
December 5, 2013
During the 2013 marketing year, Russian imports of apples are expected to grow slightly while imports of pears and grapes are forecast to remain flat.

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