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Russian government plans to impose anti-dumping duties on the imports of pesticides from the EU following reports of such activity is likely to spur increased localised production by multinational crop protection companies.
Amid the ever-improving economic situation in Russia and the possibility of a partial lifting of Western trade sanctions next year, leading veterinary medicine firms are considering localizing production within the country.
The Russian government is aiming to increase the share of domestic drugs in its veterinary sector, according to an official spokesman for the country's minister of agriculture, Alexander Tkachev.
Countries in the Customs Union – Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan – plan to significantly raise the level of veterinary security in the region and to create conditions for a significant increase in the production of veterinary drugs during the next several years.
Veterinary control in Russia will be significantly tightened in the near future, due to new amendments to existing federal laws.