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15-10-2018 Supplies of octopus and squid appear to be tighter this year. As a consequence, prices have started to go up and they will keep rising. The developing trade war between the United States of America and China is also contributing ...
15-10-2018 Continuing the trend of 2017, Viet Nam’s exports of pangasius to China were up 45 percent by value in the first quarter of this year, reaching USD 101 million as prices increased. In the United States of America, the strict ...
15-10-2018 ICES recommended a 40 percent cut in the North Atlantic herring quota. The mackerel quota in this region was cut by 20 percent compared to 2017. Nevertheless, supplies of mackerel are expected to stay relatively stable. Prices are expected to ...
15-10-2018 The TAC was set at a high 3.32 million tonnes for the first fishing season in Peru in 2018, and the price is trending downwards as a result. In general, the fishmeal supply in the market will be sufficient and ...
15-10-2018 The opening phase of a global trade war seems set to have a major effect on the lobster market. Maine exporters have already lost market share in the EU28 and now they are hit by a 25 percent punitive tariff ...
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