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Shrimp Market Reports

23-12-2016 Although shrimp supplies remained stable during the first half of 2016, shrimp farmers in most of the producing countries in Asia have been struggling with a number of challenges during the main farming season (July–September). These include poor weather conditions, ...
14-09-2016 During the first quarter of 2016, year-on-year shrimp imports increased to EU and east Asian markets but declined to the USA. Chinese traders have been active in Southeast Asia, buying directly from farms at strong prices. Meanwhile, raw material availability ...
06-06-2016 With a 3.2% rise in imports destined for local consumption, the USA was the largest market for imported shrimp in 2015. Lower shrimp prices helped producing countries increase exports beyond only traditional markets. Indeed, Ecuador, India and others exported large ...
09-12-2015 Weak market prices persist in 2015 but import demand remains disappointing In the first half of 2015, global production of farmed shrimp was lower than the same time period last year, particularly with less than expected harvests in Asia. Production in ...
01-10-2015 First quarter farmed shrimp production moderate with export prices weakening, generating further demand in international trade. Most of the producing countries reported higher volume exports during the first quarter period. However, export revenues suffered as prices declined 20-30% in the international ...
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