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11-09-2019 During the G20 meeting in Osaka in June, the United States of America and China announced that they would go back to the negotiating table to put an end to the trade war. Meanwhile, lobster supplies are getting tighter, especially ...
11-09-2019 The start of 2019 was largely business as usual for the farmed salmon sector, with high and stable prices prevailing. Previous forecasts for a softening of prices later in the year have now been revised after a severe algal bloom ...
11-09-2019 After multiple delays, the US authorities have acted on their threat to increase tariffs on an array of Chinese goods, including tilapia, to 25 percent. Already damaged by drawn-out uncertainty, Chinese tilapia suppliers must now face the financial consequences of ...
10-09-2019 Shrimp imports contracted in the United States of America and the EU28 during the first quarter of 2019. Strong direct imports in China and good seasonal demand in Southeast Asia kept the shrimp aquaculture and export industries from another price ...
10-09-2019 Last year’s positive demand trend for canned tuna continued during the first quarter of 2019, with increased imports of higher value products in the United States of America and Europe. Demand for non-canned tuna, particularly frozen fillet, is enjoying increasing ...

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