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Global Fish Economy Market Reports

05-07-2017 The report analyses the market situation over the year 2016. After a 10 percent drop in the total value of international seafood trade from 2014 to 2015, the projected 2016 figure of US$141.6 billion traded represents a partial recovery of 6.6 ...
19-05-2017 Global trade in fish and fishery products is expected to show a return to growth for 2016, although the forecasted total of US$140 billion traded is still below the 2014 total of US$148.3 billion. However, due to the significant strengthening ...
07-12-2016 Growth in global fish production is expected to slow slightly this year, driven primarily by lower catches of major wild species such as Alaska pollock and anchoveta. Production solely from aquaculture continues to increase at a steady rate with a further ...
04-10-2016 After a long period of consistent growth, the value of global seafood trade is projected to fall by 1.1% compared with 2015, to USD 132.6 billion in 2016. This will be the second year of decline. and it will be ...
24-02-2016 Global fish production in 2015 is estimated to have increased by 2.6%, with the aquaculture sector continuing to drive supply growth. As of 2014, more than half of the fish we consume is farmed rather than wild caught, and this ...

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