Russia: Russian Agricultural Policy and Situation Bi-Weekly Update - 8

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Russian Ministry of Agriculture Calls for Refocus from Import Substitution to Export Development… Ministry of Agriculture Supports Construction of Export/Import Agrologistic Hub in Primorsky Territory… The Cost of the Minimum Food Basket Increased in May… Commercial Dairy Farms Increased Milk Production by Three Percent in January –May 2017… Russia’s Salmon Catch is Up… Kazakh President Signed Amended Legislation on Flora and Fauna Protection… Meat Processing Facility Starts Operation in Kostanai region in 2018… Russia's Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Service (VPSS) Restricts Import of Cows, Pigs from Karaganda Region over Pasteurellosis Outbreak… Asian Development Bank and Kazakhstan's KazAgro to Work on an Entrepreneurship Development Program in Rural Areas

Russia: Russian Agricultural Policy and Situation Bi-Weekly Update - 8

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