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Italian expert on international trade relations Dario Rivolta published this information in his article for the online publication Nazione Geopolitiche.
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Specialists at GLOBAL REACH CONSULTING (GRC) conducted a research study that showed Russia's production of agricultural machinery had halved on the year.
Mojtaba Shadlu, the Head of the Board of Directors of the Iranian Garden Owners, announced that nearly 50 percent of the country's melons are to be shipped to the Russian market.
Russian producers of Fruit juice had increased their output by 25 percent compared to their output in September 2013, according to the data published by Russia's Federal State Statistics Service.
The Turkish logistics company Arkas has launched a new service between ports located in Turkey, Israel and Russia. The Reefer Express service (REX) will provide services between the Turkish ports of Mersin and Limash, the Israeli ports of Haifa and Ashdod and the Russian port of Novorossiysk.
Urban planning authorities have already agreed to the parameters of a future agricultural cluster park in the Molzhaninovsky District of the Northern Administrative District of Moscow. The amount of investments is about $200 million, according to market specialists.
Tajikistan's Chairman of the upper house of Parliament Mahmadsaid Ubaidulloev said that the country is willing and ready to help Russia by supplying food products.
The daughter company of the Moscow-based S-Fruit Alliance, Agropolis North-West, has moved back the commissioning date for the first phase of a logistics center for agricultural products to be located in the Krasnoselky Region of St. Petersburg, according to a report by InterFax Severo-Zapad.
The Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Fyodorov, announced this statistic during a meeting with the head of Serbia's Ministry of Agriculture, Snezana Bogosavlijevic-Boskovic, at the international exhibition "Zolotaya Osen".
In the past, large amounts of seeds have been imported into Russia from other countries. However, Russia's current ban on imports of food products against a number of countries is encouraging Kuban's authorities to revive seed production in the region.
Deputies of the Moscow Oblast initiated a project to introduce quotas on product imports in Russian stores. In the future, according to the deputies, the share of foreign goods at grocers is not exceed 50 percent. The law could affect all retailers.