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Informes del Mercado del Atún

01-04-2012 During the third quarter of 2011, the high consumption season of sashimi tuna in Japan, supplies of quality bluefin and bigeye tuna were lower than in previous years. armed bluefin supplies from Spain and Mexico were 20-30% lower in 2011 than ...
01-04-2012 Moves towards sustainability and the introduction of eco-labels have affected the global canned tuna market in the last year. So far Asian packers seem to be able to absorb the higher price, but European packers and buyers operating in the Eurozone ...
01-02-2012 At the end of September 2011 skipjack raw material price from Bangkok reached its highest level. Given the economic situation in Europe and the USA, packers expected customer resistance to high prices. Papua New Guinea has secured a concessional loan of ...
01-08-2011 Rising raw material prices and political uncertainty make for nervous markets. The supply of tuna is slow at present, with the closure of the some areas of the Western Pacific and the completion of the bluefin tuna fishing season in the ...
01-05-2010 Tuna prices were on average USD 550/tonnes lower in the course of 2009, compared with 2008. This was because of lower fuel prices, which in turn led to higher catches. Tuna prices were lower in 2009  Tuna prices were on average USD ...
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