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Small Pelagics Market Reports

01-09-2013 The on-going quota dispute between the Faroe Islands and Iceland on the one side and EU and Norway on the other side has grown to include herring as well as mackerel. Now the EU is threatening to impose trade restrictions ...
01-06-2013 Could mackerel stocks also be in danger, just as herring stocks are said to be? Scientists warn against overfishing of the North Sea mackerel resource. The mackerel dispute between the EU and Iceland/Faroe Islands has come to an apparent impasse. Iceland ...
01-01-2013 The herring season looks promising but the dispute over mackerel quotas is still adding uncertainty to supply. Mackerel The mackerel war between Iceland and the Faroe Islands on the one side and the EU and Norway on the other is continuing. At ...
01-09-2012 Many small pelagic stocks are in good shape, but with variations from species to species. With higher landings expected for many operators, prices may suffer. Mackerel In both Spain and Argentina, good mackerel catches have been reported.  Norway’s export figure have risen ...
01-06-2012 The lack of agreement between the four major European mackerel producers will increase the volumes of fish landed, and may push prices down. For herring, tighter supplies are indicated and therefore prices will continue to increase. Mackerel The stalled negotiations between the ...
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