Articles by Vladislav Vorotnikov

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Russian pet food market import substitution up in 2015

Forecasts at the beginning of 2015 predicted a collapse in the Russian pet food market, but domestic producers ended the year on a higher note than originally thought.
The Russian pet food production market didn’t collapse with the acute fall of sales following the Russian ruble's devaluation and decrease in the population's purchasing power, in spite of the large number of gloomy forecasts at the beginning of 2015.
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Ukrainian petfood market expects drop in sales

Political crisis, military conflict affect local market
By the end of 2014 Ukraine is likely to reduce the sales of petfood while the local market already lost much of its growth prospects because of the ongoing political crisis and military conflict in the east of the country, according to local experts and market players.
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Market report: Petfood exports increasing in Ukraine

Ukraine has positioned itself as the supplier of petfood for many Eastern European countries and will continue to expand its reach
In recent years, Ukraine has been actively developing the export of petfood to the markets of CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) and Eastern Europe. Currently, about 10% of all petfood produced by local manufacturers are exported to other countries.
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Market report: Russia's petfood market volume keeps growing

The pace of petfood industry growth is going to rise in coming years following the increase of the purchasing power of the Russian population
In 2013, the volume of the Russian petfood market should reach 585,000 tons in natural volume and exceed US$1 billion in monetary terms, estimate experts of the State Statistic Service of the country. At the same time it is forecasted that the pace of industry growth is going to rise in coming years following the increase of the purchasing power of the Russian population.
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