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12.09.2016



Russian Federation's imports of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates (03 HS Code) in 2015




In 2015 the volume of imported fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates (03 HS Code) volume decreased by 47% and reached 1.36 billion USD compared to 2.57 billion USD in 2014 (see Figure 1).


Russian Federation's imports represent 1.36% of world imports for this product. Its ranking in world imports is 20.



Figure 1. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's imports of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates, billion USD. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 1. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's imports of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates, billion USD.png



Detailed information about products imported by Russian Federation in this category:




2015 showed a large rise in Russian imports of fish fins and other edible fish offal, smoked, dried, salted or in brine (+5371%). At the same time the imports of trout, fresh or chilled excluding heading No 03.04, livers and roes (-91%) showed a significant fall (see Table 1, Figure 2).



Table 1. Key products imported by Russia in 2015. Source: ITC Trade Map.


Product HS Code

Product Type

Imported value 2015 (USD thousand)

Share in Russian total product imports, %

Annual growth in value between 2014-2015 (%, p.a.)"

Share in world imports (%)

Ranking in world imports

30313

Frozen Atlantic salmon and Danube salmon

$267,174

19.72

-2

32.1

1

30214

Fresh or chilled, atlantic salmon and Danube salmon

$137,523

10.15

-70

1.6

15

30389

Frozen fish, n.e.s.

$105,615

7.79

-34

2.6

8

30617

Other frozen shrimps and prawns

$101,074

7.46

-58

0.7

20

30354

Frozen Mackerel

$89,703

6.62

-50

5.2

6

30539

Fish fillets, dried, salted or in brine, but not smoked, nes

$74,406

5.49

0

26.4

1

30351

Frozen herrings Clupea harengus, Clupea pallasii

$67,278

4.97

-36

11.6

3

30499

Frozen fish meat whether or not minced (excl. swordfish, toothfish and

$65,483

4.83

-39

4.1

4

30314

Frozen Trout

$40,694

3.00

-62

11.8

2

30616

Frozen cold-water shrimps and prawns

$37,622

2.78

-59

2.9

8

30749

Cuttle fish and squid,shelled or not,frozen,dried,salted or in brine

$24,834

1.83

-42

0.8

21

30799

Molluscs nes,shelld o not&aquatic invert nes,fz,drid,saltd o in brine

$22,750

1.68

-41

1.7

10

30366

Frozen Hake

$21,122

1.56

-42

5.2

4

30461

Frozen fillets, Tilapias

$20,746

1.53

-38

1.9

5

30390

Frozen Livers and roes

$20,498

1.51

-46

2.9

7

30353

Frozen Sardines , sardinella, brisling or sprats

$19,875

1.47

-35

5.2

6

30481

Frozen fillets, Pacific salmon, Atlantic and Danube

$17,176

1.27

76

0.7

22

30462

Frozen fillets, Catfish

$16,963

1.25

-45

1.5

15

30559

Fish nes, dried, whether or not salted but not smoked

$16,489

1.22

-28

3

11

30284

Fresh or chilled sea bass

$15,481

1.14

-37

2.9

9

30285

Fresh or chilled sea bream

$14,844

1.10

-41

2.4

10

30312

Frozen Pacific salmon other than red salmon

$14,770

1.09

-72

1.4

8

30489

Frozen fillets, other fish, n.e.s.

$11,002

0.81

-52

0.5

23

30487

Frozen fillets, Tunas, skipjack or stripe-bellied bonito

$10,840

0.80

18

0.8

11

30474

Frozen fillets, Hake

$10,168

0.75

-43

1.5

14

30211

Trout, fresh or chilled excluding heading No 03.04, livers and roes

$9,960

0.74

-91

2.6

11

30475

Frozen fillets, Alaska Pollack

$9,440

0.70

-59

0.7

16

30759

Octopus, frozen, dried, salted or in brine

$7,779

0.57

-49

0.4

16

30199

Fish live, nes

$7,601

0.56

-38

1

13

30289

Fresh or chilled fish, n.e.s.

$7,106

0.52

-50

0.4

33

30579

Fish fins and other edible fish offal, smoked, dried, salted or in brine

$6,401

0.47

5371

17.3

2

30494

Frozen meat, whether or not minced, Alaska Pollack

$5,293

0.39

-68

1

10

30543

Smoked trout, incl. fillets (excl. offal)

$4,642

0.34

-61

2

10

30486

Frozen fillets, Herrings

$4,343

0.32

-70

2.9

7

30520

Livers and roes, dried, smoked, salted or in brine

$4,328

0.32

-19

2.5

5

30479

Frozen fillets, fish of the fam. Bregmacerotidae, Euclichthyidae, Gadidae, Macrouridae, Me

$4,134

0.31

-14

1.5

15

30324

Frozen Catfish

$3,777

0.28

-39

4.7

4

30541

Salmon, Pacific, Atlantic and Danube, smoked including fillets

$2,936

0.22

-49

0.2

31

30729

Scallops,incl queen scallops,shelld o not,frozen,drid,saltd o in brine

$2,878

0.21

-76

0.2

28

30739

Mussels, shelled or not, frozen, dried, salted or in brine

$2,716

0.20

-64

1.3

18

30483

Frozen fillets, Flat fish

$2,640

0.19

-6

0.5

21

30711

Oysters : Live, fresh or chilled

$2,360

0.17

-59

1

18

30369

Frozen fish of the fam. Bregmacerotidae, Euclichthyidae, Gadidae, Macrouridae, Melanonidae

$2,002

0.15

-14

1.2

18

30569

Fish nes, salted and in brine, but not dried or smoked

$1,702

0.13

8

1.2

12

30355

Frozen Jack and horse mackerel

$1,586

0.12

-48

0.3

32

30384

Frozen Seabass

$1,525

0.11

-22

3

10

30629

Crustaceans nes,not frozen,in shell or not,including boiled in shell

$1,463

0.11

-90

1.1

15

30449

Fresh or chilled fillets, n.e.s.

$1,220

0.09

20

0.2

30

30549

Fish nes, smoked including fillets

$1,214

0.09

18

0.7

20

30368

Frozen Blue whitings

$1,037

0.08

-74

0.9

8



Figure 2. Structure of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates Exports to Russia in 2015. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 2. Structure of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates Exports to Russia in 2015.png



The main exporters supplying fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates to the Russian Federation in 2015 were: Chile, Faroe Islands, China, Belarus and Iceland.


2015 showed a significant rise in Russian imports from Greenland (+138%). At the same time the imports from Norway (-99%) showed a significant fall (see Table 2, Figure 3).



Table 2. The main exporters supplying fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates to Russia in 2015.


Exporters

Volume in 2015, USD thousand

Share in total product imports, %

Change in 2015, %

Ranking of partner countries in world exports

Tariff (estimated) applied by Russian Federation (%)

World

$1,355,037

100.0

-47



Chile

$326,263

24.1

-20

7

4.8

Faroe Islands

$277,578

20.5

61

28

6.1

China

$166,755

12.3

-46

1

4.8

Belarus

$93,768

6.9

-15

69

0

Iceland

$89,375

6.6

-61

18

6.3

Viet Nam

$76,608

5.7

-17

5

4.8

Greenland

$59,185

4.4

138

35

6.1

Turkey

$43,292

3.2

-28

34

4.8

India

$32,514

2.4

-56

4

4.8

Ecuador

$25,530

1.9

-39

13

4.8

Thailand

$24,385

1.8

-27

16

4.8

Argentina

$20,973

1.5

-42

20

4.8

Morocco

$18,080

1.3

-23

25

4.8

New Zealand

$12,804

0.9

-43

27

6.3

Peru

$12,552

0.9

-4

33

4.8

Indonesia

$12,168

0.9

126

11

4.8

Armenia

$10,684

0.8

-67

123

0

Japan

$8,993

0.7

29

21

6.3

Norway

$7,502

0.6

-99

2

6.3



Figure 3. The main exporters supplying fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates to Russia in 2015.

Figure 3. The main exporters supplying fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates to Russia in 2015.png



EXPORTS FROM RUSSIA


In 2015 volume of exported fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates (03 HS Code) decreased by 3% and reached 2.79 billion USD compared to 2.87 billion USD in 2014 (see Figure 4).



Figure 4. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's exports of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates, billion USD. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 4. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's exports of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates, billion USD.png





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