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ON SOME ASPECTS OF GRAIN MARKET LOGISTICS IN RUSSIA AND THE ASIA-PACIFIC

Sergei M. Smirnov In the spring of 2022, at the initiative of the leading UN agencies FAO and WFP, the topic of the threat of a food disaster in the world due to the events around Ukraine began to unwind. WFP Executive Director David Beasley spoke about this with particular emotional anguish: “Right now, Ukraine’s […]

Mishustin signed a decree on the creation of the Main Directorate of the Northern Sea Route

August 1, 2022  The Federal State Budgetary Institution “Main Directorate of the Northern Sea Route” (“GlavSevmorput”), which will be created within the framework of Rosatom, will organize navigation on the Northern Sea Route. “This year, the centralization of powers to organize activities on the Northern Sea Route (NSR) was transferred to Rosatom. Also, Rosatom is […]

“Zvezda” Shipyard Establishes Cooperation with the Grozny Oil University

July 27 2022  “Zvezda” Shipbuilding Facility and Grozny State Oil Technical University named after Academician M.D. Millionshchikov (GGNTU) signed a cooperation agreement. As noted in the message of the “Far Eastern Center for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair” dated July 19, the document provides for the development of long-term partnerships in the field of science, the […]

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ON SOME ASPECTS OF GRAIN MARKET LOGISTICS IN RUSSIA AND THE ASIA-PACIFIC

Sergei M. Smirnov, PhD

“…it is important for understanding how destructively political decisions can affect the economy, and what do the activities of respected international organizations look like at present. A little over two years ago, the WHO “distinguished itself” by rushing to declare a deadly COVID-19 pandemic and after that essentially withdrew itself from  coordinating efforts in the fight against the disease, not to mention leading the process. The genie has been released from the bottle. Chaotic lockdowns, quarantines, the war of vaccines, etc., dealt a powerful blow to global supply chains, led to a general imbalance in the global economy, shortages and precipitous price increases in a number of its key areas.”

INVITATION TO DISCUSSION

Article by Felix A.Shamrai, Director of Arctic Center St.Petersburg State Marine Technical University: The Northern Sea Transit Corridor As the Future of Russia in Global Logistics
How to reduce the cost of container shipping by 25% and compete with the Suez Canal by developing the domestic Arctic routes. https://marinejournal.info/?p=292



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