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Shrimp Market Reports

10-04-2019 Despite lower overall production in Asia, export prices remained soft because of high inventories in the single largest market, the United States of America. Asian and Latin American exporters increased direct sales to China, following the country’s clampdown on illegal ...
09-01-2019 Prices of vannamei shrimp declined to record lows in April 2018, recovered marginally in June and then remained stable, resulting in increased imports across the global markets. Demand grew in most of the markets during the first six months of ...
10-09-2018 Export prices crashed in April and ex-farm prices fell to cost level in India and other producing countries in Southeast Asia. In international trading, new negotiations between buyers and sellers ceased for almost two months, but the market started to ...
29-05-2018 There was a change in market direction from West to East, where China played a strong role in 2017. Local demand in many producing countries was also good and at strong prices. SupplyThe global production of farmed shrimp in 2017 ...
14-03-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017 The moderate increase in global farmed shrimp production was balanced with large imports in China, Viet Nam, the United States of America, Japan and the Republic of Korea. Export price was stable ...
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