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02-11-2009 The market for farmed Atlantic salmon is still dominated by the impact on supply caused by the lower 2009 production in Chile. Norway is unable to gear up production rapidly enough to compensate for the Chilean shortfall, resulting in higher ...
01-11-2009 Pangasius back into full swing - Viet Nam exported 334 000 tonnes of catfish in the first eight months of 2009, worth an estimated USD 737 million. The sector thus became the top foreign currency earner among seafood exports. Early ...
01-11-2009 Tilapia market back to normal - The USA continued to dominate the world tilapia market, while the EU continued slow. The main reason for this is an early penetration of the US market, which took place several years ago, while ...
01-11-2009 Period of transition for world tuna industry - After increasing for several months, most tuna prices softened suddenly at the end of August, although skipjack prices remained high at USD 1 400/tonne, compared with USD 900/tonne earlier this year. Further ...
01-11-2009 In the second quarter of the year, very limited raw material was available from last season. Margins on herring increased during this period. Prices tended upward. Production went up in September as still plenty of quotas were available. Low herring catches ...

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