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Groundfish Market Reports

05-04-2010 Good groundfish supply on the market - Groundfish prices went down in 2009 and early 2010, as a result of good supply and strong competition from whitefish species such as pangasius on the market. The disruption of air traffic is ...
01-03-2010 In 2009 a number of groundfish resources showed good signs of recovery, after several rather bleak years. The one major exception to this trend was the Alaskan groundfish fishery. Lower groundfish prices in all major marketsIn 2009 a number of groundfish ...
18-01-2010 Argentinean landings of hake in the first half of 2009 totalled 186 467 tonnes, which represents an 11% fall compared with the same period in 2008. Lower landings of hake in Argentina Argentinean landings of hake in the first half of 2009 ...
02-11-2009 The global supply of edible whitefish species, now including pangasius and tilapia, is over 10 million tonnes. This is close to the 12 million tonnes of cod and pollock produced some 25 years ago. Positive news for groundfish and other whitefish ...
01-07-2009 Economic crisis overshadows cod market Prices of all groundfish species declined sharply in the first half of 2009. The main reason was lower demand by institutional clients. In addition, cheap cultured fish – pangasius and tilapia – create strong competition in ...
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