Russia: economic impact of African Swine Fever

VPSS forecasts that continued spread of ASF could result in an economic impact as high as RUR8 billion ($267 million) by year’s end.

Wednesday 2 November 2011 (6 years 11 months 19 days ago)
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According to Russia’s Federal Veterinary and Phytosantiary Surveillance Service (VPSS), ASF outbreaks have resulted in more than 500 deaths and more than 12,000 head being slaughtered during stamping-out activities in 2011.

However, VPSS forecasts that continued spread of ASF could result in an economic impact as high as RUR8 billion ($267 million) by year’s end – RUR700 million ($23 million) in direct losses (culling 200,000 head) and RUR6.7 billion ($223 million) in indirect losses.

October/ FAS-USDA/ USA.
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