O'KEY Group S. A. (LSE: OKEY, Fitch – ‘B+’, RAEX – ‘ruA-’), one of the largest Russian retail networks on trade in food products, announces the launch of compact urban hypermarket in Novocherkassk. The hypermarket "O'KAY", located in the shopping center "Baton" on the street of the mosque, became the first hypermarket of a new format opened in Rostov region. Also "OK" first from the Federal networks certified "Made on don", confirming the high quality standards of own products.
The Governor of the region called the flax-growing export culture.
The Governor of the region said that the French investors are planning to place the complex on production technology on the basis of JSC "Vyazemsky machine-building plant".
The event will be held session "Strategy of development of the flax complex of Russia" and the exhibition of modern agricultural technologies.
According to operational data of the agricultural administrative bodies of constituent entities of the Russian Federation, as of may 18, 2018 in the whole country fueled 13.5 million hectares, or 78.9% of the sowing areas (in 2017 – 13.5 million hectares) of winter crops. Including in the Volga Federal district is 2.6 million hectares or 60.8 per cent of the sowing area (in 2017 and 2.7 million hectares), in the Urals Federal district – 23,7 thousand hectares or 31.4% of the sowing areas (in 2017 – 27.9 thousand ha), in the Siberian Federal district – 61.0 thousand ha or 20.1 per cent of the sowing area (in 2017 – of 118.2 thousand hectares). In the southern, North-Caucasian, Central and northwestern Federal districts fertilizing of winter crops completed.
According to operational data of the agricultural administrative bodies of constituent entities of the Russian Federation, as of 7 may 2018 the whole country fueled 12.4 million hectares or 72,8% of the sowing areas (in 2017 – 12.9 million hectares) of winter crops.
The Minister of agriculture reported to the President of Russia that the spring field work is conducted in full
The head of the region Sergey Sitnikov said that to fully revive the linen industry is only possible with the joint participation of the state, region and investors.
During the meeting, devoted to the development of flax in the Udmurt Republic, which took place on 27 March in Izhevsk, the first Deputy Minister of agriculture of Russia Dzhambulat Hatuov highly appreciated prospects of development of the industry in the region.
In 2017/18 MG Kazakhstan came in first place in the world sown areas under flax with increased 869,7 thousand tons, which, according to the estimates of IA "APK-inform", 34% higher than in the previous season. In addition, the country ranks third in world production and export of oil (due to its eco-friendliness), behind only Canada and Russia
In the region are ready to give loans to farmers at 1% per annum.
OOO "Russian Flax" has become a resident of the state of the industrial Park "Safonovo".
28 February Ministry of agriculture held a conference on the implementation of the state flax industry and conduct pre-sowing and sowing of flax. The event was held by the Director of the Department of economy, investment and regulation of markets of agriculture Anatoly Kutsenko
In the Smolensk region, one of the strategic objectives of development of which is the revival of the industry of flax, this year it is planned to start construction of a modern flax, told RIA Novosti the representative of the press service of the regional administration.
According to analysts of IA "APK-inform", in 2017/18 MG gross yield of seeds of oil flax in Russia decreased by 24% compared to the previous season and will be about 505 thousand tons VPD
In November 2017/18 season Russia increased its export shipments of flax put on foreign markets 92,8 thousand tons compared to 44.3 thousand tons a month earlier and 81.1 thousand tons in November last year
Len plan to grow by 10 thousand hectares
The flax is included in the list of areas of preferential crediting
The Institute of biology of TSU for the first time to conduct experiments on ecological study of flax