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14-01-2019 Runaway inflation, a severely weakened currency and the Turkish central bank reaction to these issues are factors that increasingly concern the Turkish seabass and seabream aquaculture industry, as wider market prices remain depressed by supply surplus. The rapid growth rate of ...
10-01-2019 The price of frozen skipjack fell 12–15 percent below last year’s during the first half of 2018. Unexpectedly, it declined further to a record low of USD 1 250 per tonne in August and bounced back to USD 1 650 ...
10-01-2019 After its inclusion in the latest USD 200 billion dollar list of tariffs put forward by the US President Trump’s administration, tilapia from China has been subject to a 10 percent duty as of 24 September, rising to 25 percent ...
10-01-2019 Biological challenges at farm level are the notable negative in what otherwise remains a generally positive outlook for the global salmon industry. Production growth is slowing but steady and prices are high across the board, pushing up export revenues in ...
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 ...

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