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20-06-2017 The report analyses the market situation until January 2017.  Globally, there was an overall decline of fishmeal production in 2016. For Peru, the most significant fishmeal producer, 2016 was a wild ride, with a number of up and downs for the ...
16-06-2017 In Peru, the quota announcement in November 2016 for the second anchovy fishing season initially revived the market, however, subsequent closures due to the high juvenile presence halted fishing activities. The raw material supply has thus been poor, and it ...
16-06-2017 Whereas the USA is cutting king and snow crab quotas dramatically, the Russian Federation quotas are increasing. Overall, global supplies will decrease, with prices at record levels. Supplies The total allowable catch (TAC) for snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) in the Bering ...
16-06-2017 During the January to September 2016 review period, an estimated 330 000 tonnes of pangasius (whole frozen and frozen fillets) were imported by more than 40 countries worldwide. This total was down by about 27 000 tonnes (-8 percent) from ...
14-06-2017 Good catches in Canada and the US Northeast as well as in Australia may increase supplies to the North American market and consequently put pressure on prices. In Europe and China, demand for lobster appears to be growing. North American lobster ...
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