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Tuna Market Reports

01-02-2010 Canned fish is not immune to the effects of the recession. US orders for canned tuna products from the Philippines have slowed significantly; export from the Philippines dropped 12% in the first nine months of 2009. Ecuador’s export of tuna ...
01-01-2010 Filipino canned and preserved tuna is continuing to make inroads in European markets, with half-year customs figures confirming the trend evident from last year. Strong exports of canned tuna from the Philippines Filipino canned and preserved tuna is continuing to make inroads ...
01-11-2009 Period of transition for world tuna industry - After increasing for several months, most tuna prices softened suddenly at the end of August, although skipjack prices remained high at USD 1 400/tonne, compared with USD 900/tonne earlier this year. Further ...
01-09-2009 Imports of air-flown tuna increased by 7.5% during the first quarter of the year supported by high imports of bigeye and bluefin tuna. Market analysts link this development to the strong yen and rising tuna trade outside the auction markets, ...
01-08-2009 Starting in mid May 2009 tuna prices in all major catching areas began to rise because of fears that upcoming tuna fishing bans in these areas will squeeze global supply for the canning industry. Sustainability major concern for the industry Starting in ...
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