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10-04-2019 The Chilean farmed salmon sector led global supply growth in 2018, surpassing levels achieved prior to the mass algal bloom mortalities experienced in 2016 while maintaining its profitability. A relatively lower rate of production growth in Europe, particularly in Scotland, ...
10-04-2019 Large yellow croaker (Larimichthys croceus)1 is a species of marine fish in the croaker family (Sciaenidae) native to the northwestern Pacific, generally in temperate waters such as the Taiwan Strait. Once an abundant resource off China, the Republic of Korea ...
10-04-2019 Despite lower overall production in Asia, export prices remained soft because of high inventories in the single largest market, the United States of America. Asian and Latin American exporters increased direct sales to China, following the country’s clampdown on illegal ...
10-04-2019 Supported by steady raw material availability and lower prices, global sales of processed/canned tuna improved during the first nine months of 2018. Import demand for the higher-value non-canned tuna also remained strong. Raw Material Supply Tuna catches in the Western and Central ...
14-01-2019 Lower quotas and some unexpected shifts in trade patterns are pushing prices up. The trade war between the United States of America and China is affecting trade and prices, but at least in the short term, it is to the ...

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