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16-09-2019 ICES has revised its catch advice for Northeast Atlantic mackerel upwards by over 140 percent. While the quotas have not formally been adjusted yet, they may be soon. Iceland has already increased its quota by 30 percent. This could have ...
16-09-2019 Further increases in global production of pangasius are expected this year, led by the dominant supplier, Viet Nam. The near-optimal market conditions of 2018 have deteriorated and prices are now off their recent record heights. Production Current estimates for Vietnamese production ...
13-09-2019 The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) has made some slight changes in their quota advice for 2020 but, in general, the supply situation is expected to be relatively stable in the months to come. This should ...
13-09-2019 There has been little improvement in the market for farmed seabass and seabream so far in 2019, with oversupply and low prices prevailing. However, expectations for significantly lower juvenile stocking this year suggest we may be approaching the end of ...
13-09-2019 Summer in Europe is the main sales period for mussels, scallops and clams, while oysters are less in demand due to health considerations. Prices are high for all species, while trade in the first quarter of 2019 was stable. Mussels Mussel ...

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