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12-12-2017 The report analyses the market situation until June 2017  Demand for pangasius remains robust in Latin America and Asia, with both regions posting positive growth in imports during the first half of 2017, even amidst strengthening prices. Worldwide, imports of frozen ...
12-12-2017 The report analyses the market situation until October 2017 Last year, a somewhat ominous production forecast pointed to the possibility of oversupply once again depressing farmed bass and bream prices to unsustainable levels. However, it now seems that the industry's efforts ...
12-12-2017 The report analyses the market situation until June 2017 Global supply of farmed salmon has been somewhat lopsided this year, with the relative scarcity of the first half of 2017 contrasting with a post-summer surplus supplemented by better than expected wild ...
06-12-2017 The report analyses the market situation until June 2017 Reduction in the Barents Sea cod quota is expected, although it is uncertain how much the reduction will be. Consequently, some price increases are expected. For the surimi market, trade appears to ...
06-12-2017   The report analyses the market situation until June 2017  Demand for octopus as well as squid is growing stronger, but poorer landings have limited supplies. Inventories worldwide are also low, so there is no buffer either. As a result, prices have ...
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