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The Russian Federal Fisheries Agency has cut its 2010 king crab catch quota in the Far East by 69 percent to 1,143 tons, or one-fifth of the 2007 level, indicating a further drop in exports to Japan.

The reduction is aimed at conserving resources amid rampant poaching, an agency spokesperson said Thursday.

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