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13-01-2017 Global octopus landings appear to be on an increasing trend right now. In 2015, landings increased by 6.7 percent compared with 2014. Increases were registered in the major suppliers (Morocco, Mauritania and Mexico), while landings in Spain, Portugal and the ...
13-01-2017 Exports The top six exporters of canned tuna for the first half of 2016 in order were: Thailand, Ecuador, Spain, China, Indonesia and Mauritius. Compared with the same time period last year, exports declined from Thailand (-3.4 percent) and Mauritius (-3.6 ...
23-12-2016 Although shrimp supplies remained stable during the first half of 2016, shrimp farmers in most of the producing countries in Asia have been struggling with a number of challenges during the main farming season (July–September). These include poor weather conditions, ...
23-12-2016 During the first half of 2016, approximately 170 000 tonnes of tilapia (whole, fillets and breaded) entered the international market.A recent supply shortage in China this summer, could lead to prices firming in late 2016/early 2017. Asia Asia continues to easily be ...
07-12-2016 Growth in global fish production is expected to slow slightly this year, driven primarily by lower catches of major wild species such as Alaska pollock and anchoveta. Production solely from aquaculture continues to increase at a steady rate with a further ...
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