GLOBEFISH-专注世界渔业贸易分析与信息

贸易信息

Global fish production is expected to be flat year-on-year for 2019, with a 3.4 percent decline in capture fisheries production offset by a 3.9 percent increase in aquaculture harvests. Cephalopods and cod are among the wild stocks for which supplies have been ...
Production trends for capture fisheries and aquaculture continue to diverge in 2019. The expected 3.4 percent decline in wild catches is set to further reduce the sector’s share of total production as farmed harvests continue to increase at a steady ...
A new online database (https://edb.wto.org/) is available to track trade and environmental measures and policies of over 160 World Trade Organization (WTO) members. With search functionalities to filter data by member/country, sector (e.g. fisheries), objective (e.g. sustainable fisheries management) and ...
Production forecasts for the global seafood sector in 2019 suggest total supply will be similar to 2018. Flat or marginal growth is projected while demand continues to strengthen. Catches will remain low for some key wild-caught species, including cod, mackerel ...
The Global Trade Statistical Update focuses on trends in trade flows for the major product groups and most important traders using the most recently available data. Data is sourced from the relevant trade statistics agency of the respective reporting country or ...
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