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17-09-2019 Production trends for capture fisheries and aquaculture continue to diverge in 2019. The expected 3.4 percent decline in wild catches is set to further reduce the sector’s share of total production as farmed harvests continue to increase at a steady ...
25-06-2019 Production forecasts for the global seafood sector in 2019 suggest total supply will be similar to 2018. Flat or marginal growth is projected while demand continues to strengthen. Catches will remain low for some key wild-caught species, including cod, mackerel ...
04-12-2018 This report analyses the market situation until June 2018.   Capture fisheries production growth will remain limited, while a continuation of the 4–5 percent annual increase in aquaculture production means the sector is now close to becoming the major source of fish ...
07-08-2018 The report analyses the market situation until March 2018.  Global fish production is expected to continue increasing in 2018, with aquaculture harvests now accounting for around 49 percent of the total. Although a good outlook for the Peruvian anchovy fishery this ...
01-05-2018 This report analyses the market situation with annual statistics for 2017.  Global fish production increased by an estimated 2.3 percent in 2017, boosted by a recovery in catches in a number of important fisheries following the El Niño climatic event. Global ...
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