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Small Pelagics Market Reports

23-03-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017  The EU28, Norway, the Faroe Islands and Iceland have agreed to cut the herring quota for 2018 to 435 000 tonnes. This is above the ICES recommendation of 384 000 tonnes, but almost 33 ...
25-10-2017 The report analyses the market situation during the first quarter 2017 On the mackerel market, prices for Atlantic mackerel are high, so African buyers are turning to the cheaper Pacific mackerel. Australia has raised its TAC for slimy mackerel by a stunning ...
25-10-2017 The report analyses the market situation during the first quarter 2017  The herring fishery in the North Sea was off to a good start, but the fish was small and had a low fat content. Consequently, prices are low. Norwegian marine researchers ...
25-10-2017 Namibian and South African sardine landings declined in 2016, while catches of horse mackerel increased to some extent (North Atlantic Seafood Forum). Peruvian authorities increased the TAC for anchovy during the first season in 2017 by 55.6 percent, to 2.8 million ...
04-08-2017 The report analyses the market situation over the year 2016 and the first quarter 2017. Global landings of small pelagics are expected to grow by 7 percent in 2017 compared with 2016. The major reason for this growth is an expected ...
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