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10-01-2019 In the first anchovy fishing season in Peru, the world’s major fishmeal producing country, more than 95 percent of the catch quota (3.32 million tonnes) has been taken. This Total Allowable Catch (TAC) was the highest since 2011. Almost all ...
10-01-2019 The trade war between the United States of America and China is changing trade patterns for lobster. With the US lobster subject to a 25 percent tariff in China, Canada is taking over US market shares. At the same time ...
09-01-2019 Prices of vannamei shrimp declined to record lows in April 2018, recovered marginally in June and then remained stable, resulting in increased imports across the global markets. Demand grew in most of the markets during the first six months of ...
04-12-2018 This report analyses the market situation until June 2018.   Capture fisheries production growth will remain limited, while a continuation of the 4–5 percent annual increase in aquaculture production means the sector is now close to becoming the major source of fish ...
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 ...

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