NRCC Branch Group for Seafood: Meeting in Moscow, 15 September 2015

Dear Sir or Madam 

The Branch Group for Seafood within the Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC) invites Norwegian and Russian seafood companies visiting World Food Expo, Moscow, to an informal networking arena meeting. The main purpose of the meeting is to facilitate discussions on the current situation.

We invite Norwegian and Russian organizations to give short presentations reviewing the current situation under the headline:
"Russian-Norwegian Seafood Business Relations in Troubled Times: Views on the Situation and Prospects for Future Relations».

The networking meeting will be held Tuesday, 15 September 2015 at 17.00.
Venue: Metropol Hotel, TEATRALNIY PROEZD 2, Moscow

Please register for participation by sending e-mail to Trond Davidsen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With kind regards,
Branch Group for Seafood, Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce

 

NRCC Networking meeting in St. Petersburg, 22 September 2015

The NRCC has the pleasure to invite representatives of its member companies and partners to the forthcoming NRCC Networking Meeting in St. Petersburg. 

Date  : Tuesday, 22 September 2015
Time : 14hrs00-18hrs00
Place:  Radisson Royal Hotel, Nevsky pr. 49/2, St. Petersburg
 

Please click here to download the program for more details and follow the link to register for the meeting on-line

Registration deadline: Friday, 18 September 2015.

We look forward to your participation!

The NRCC administration.

NORRUSS: call for proposals autumn 2015

NORRUSS announces a joint call with the Russian Foundation for Basic Research for researcher projects targeting specific challenges for the petroleum sector in the Barents Sea. Amount of funding presumed available for this call for proposals is NOK 10 million to the Norwegian partners, who apply to the Research Council of Norway (RCN) and RUB 75 000 000 to the Russian partners, who apply to the Russian Foundation for Basic Research – for cooperation in the same project. Application deadline is 09.09.2015 13:00 CET.

NORRUSS allocates also NOK 20 million to new research and innovation in the High North and NORRUSS invites companies and organization to submit projects for proposals for increased competitiveness and innovation in the north. There is also a call for proposals for research projects on Russian Arctic Policy. Application deadline is 25.11.2015 13:00 CET.

Read more and apply on RCN's website.

NRCC takes part in Aqua Nor 2015 exhibition in Trondheim

Aqua Nor has been an important international venue for the aquaculture industry through a period of over 30 years. All the major aquaculture countries were represented by a record breaking 500 exhibitors, 21.000 visitors from 74 countries, and official delegations from; UAE, Canada, India, Malaysia, Poland, Chile, Brasil, Indonesia, Spain and South Africa - all headed by Minister level coordinated through the Ministry of Trade and Fisheries.

Matchmaking B2B Norway-Russia Program manager Hans Olav Rekdal from the NRCC visited the Aqua Nor exhibition in Trondheim this week, and reports about very busy days meeting long-term partners from aquaculture industry and making new contacts. New products, services, research and development projects for the industry were introduced to participants. 

The aquaculture industry has experienced a significant progress for several years, both in Russia and Norway, which opens new opportunities for cooperation between the two countries. 

NRCC & INSOK Russia Seminar in Stavanger: “Still business opportunities for Norwegian enterprises in the Russian Oil & Gas market”, 13 October 2015

Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC) has the pleasure of inviting you to take part in Russia seminar in Stavanger, organized by the NRCC in cooperation with our member company INTSOK, Stavanger. Participation is free of charge.
 
Date : Tuesday, 13 October 2015
Time : 09hrs30 – 15hrs40.
Place : Måltidets Hus, iPark, Prof. Olav Hanssens vei 7A, N-4021 Stavanger
Registration deadline : Wednesday, 30 September 2015
 
 
We look forward to your participation!
 
The NRCC administration.

Article in Sør-Varanger Avis with reference to press release from Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce

Sør-Varanger Avis has recently published an article discussing Norwegian-Russian trade after restrictions implemented in 2014. Norwegian seafood export to Russia has decreased dramatically, but according to Svein Ruud from Norway King Crab, Sør-Varanger's largest seafood exporter, there are other, perhaps better markets. 
 

"Norsk eksport av sjømat til Russland har stupt. Men for Sør-Varangers største sjømateksportør finnes det andre, og kanskje bedre markeder."

Read full article in Norwegian from Sør-Varanger Avis

 

Russian Prime Minister signs decree to extend list of countries that fall under counter-sanctions

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree that extends the list of countries that fall under Russian counter-sanctions. The official statement was made at a Cabinet meeting on 13 August, as Russian news agency TASS has reported. The list now includes Albania, Montenegro, Iceland and Liechtenstein, as well as Ukraine, under special conditions. 

"Now in addition to the European Union countries, Australia, Canada, Norway and the United States, that saw a ban on export of some agricultural products last August, we've added a number of countries - Albania, Montenegro, Iceland and Liechtenstein, and Ukraine under special conditions," the Russian prime minister said, recalling that these states have joined the earlier decision on the extension of the EU sanctions against Russia. 

"Their argument for making that decision of joining the EU sanctions against Russia is that they are obliged to enter into a number of agreements with the European Union. But this position is only partially fair," Medvedev said. "I want to stress that a number of countries have similar agreement with the EU, but are not participating in sanctions against Russia. So, joining the sanction is a conscious choice, which means that they are ready to counter-sanctions on our part, which is what has been done," Medvedev said.
 

Read full article in English on the TASS website

 

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