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24-06-2019 Octopus supplies are tight and will probably remain so throughout the year. There was a 48 percent reduction in the Moroccan quota for octopus. If this low level remains, there will be a supply squeeze. Squid supplies are picking up ...
24-06-2019 Octopus supplies are tight and will probably remain so throughout the year. There was a 48 percent reduction in the Moroccan quota for octopus. If this low level remains, there will be a supply squeeze. Squid supplies are picking up ...
24-06-2019 Strong price gains in 2018 translated into profit margins of up to 50 percent for Viet Nam’s farmed pangasius sector and saw the country’s pangasius export revenue exceed USD 2 billion for the first time. In 2019, prices are expected ...
24-06-2019 World production of farmed shrimp reached almost 4 million tonnes in 2018. Import prices fell to a record low level but with minor improvement in imports to the conventional developed markets. Strong buying by Asian markets, particularly China, saved the ...
24-06-2019 Demand for canned tuna improved in global markets during 2018, while developed markets remained stable for higher value products. The markets for non-canned tuna continued with positive trends, as consumers buy more fillets and less whole fish. Raw Material Supply Skipjack tuna ...

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