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The main development strategies of the fishing industry complex in the Republic of Crimea

L. V. Aleksakhina () and I. P. Tregulova
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L. V. Aleksakhina: Kerch State Marine Technological University
I. P. Tregulova: Sevastopol Branch Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2016, vol. 27, issue 2, 203-209

Abstract: Abstract The article presents the results of predicting the production of aquatic bioresources in the Republic of Crimea, outlines the main strategies in the development of the regional fishing industry complex, and specifies the preferable techniques for industrial farming of aquatic bioresources to provide the plants composing the region’s fishing sector with domestically supplied raw fish and seafood, as well as the population with proteins of aquatic origin.

Keywords: Rainbow Trout; RUSSIAN Economic Development; Commercial Cultivation; Natural Water Body; Industrial Farming (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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