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Putin instructed the FAS "evaluate" fish products

Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS), in conjunction with the Ministry of Agriculture to submit proposals aimed at limiting the growth of prices for fishery products, should be published on the website of the Kremlin's list of the President's instructions.

Responsible for the execution of orders assigned to the Federal Antimonopoly Service Igor Artemyev, the head, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, Alexander Tkachev, and the Minister of Economic Development Maxim Oreshkin. The report should be submitted before March 1 2017 years, reports "RIA Novosti".

Deputy Head of FAS Andrey Tsyganov fifteenth day of December noted that the prices of red fish and caviar really can grow in Russia before the New Year, but, according to him, it would be economically justified.

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