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Lobster Market Reports

11-09-2019 During the G20 meeting in Osaka in June, the United States of America and China announced that they would go back to the negotiating table to put an end to the trade war. Meanwhile, lobster supplies are getting tighter, especially ...
24-06-2019 While there was a slight increase in supplies of North American and tropical lobsters in 2018, the increase is apparently not enough to keep up with demand. Consequently, prices continue to rise. Supply Between 2007 and 2016, landings of Homarus lobsters ...
11-04-2019 Improved market access to China and the EU28 for Canada, and increasing interest in Australian rock lobster in China, means tougher competition for US exporters. In addition, landings of North American lobster have been low during the start of the ...
10-01-2019 The trade war between the United States of America and China is changing trade patterns for lobster. With the US lobster subject to a 25 percent tariff in China, Canada is taking over US market shares. At the same time ...
15-10-2018 The opening phase of a global trade war seems set to have a major effect on the lobster market. Maine exporters have already lost market share in the EU28 and now they are hit by a 25 percent punitive tariff ...
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