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Monthly prices for about 600 fish products and an overview of the major trends on the European market, reported by an extensive correspondent network. October 2016. Abstract: Overall, fish supply this year has been limited. This is especially true for groundfish, tuna, shrimp and squid. As demand for seafood in Europe continues to increase, prices of all major fish species trended upwards this year, and this trend is likely to continue during the closing months of the year...
Author: Torrie, M.; Oceans cover around 70 percent of the earth, hold 97 percent of the earth's water, produce more than half of the atmosphere's oxygen and sequester large quantities of carbon. This report looks at the policy interactions between the fishery, oil and gas and seabed-mining sectors through a policy review of four case countries: Norway, Namibia, Angola and Indonesia.
Monthly prices for about 600 fish products and an overview of the major trends on the European market, reported by an extensive correspondent network. September 2016. Abstract: September is generally a quiet month for fish consumption in Europe as it falls between the main sales periods, which are summer and Christmas. However, buying for year-end demand will be starting as early as next month.
The publication contains detailed quarterly update on market trends for a variety of major commodities. Combining the price information collected for the European Price Report with other market survey data collected by FAO GLOBEFISH, the report provides a detailed update on market trends for a variety of major commodities. Key market data is presented in a time series tabular or graphical form with written analysis of trends and key events and news affecting commodities such...
Author: Urbani, R.; Fishery products are still among the most extensively traded commodities in the world. For this reason, and also owing to their perishable nature, most countries have strict regulations and border inspection procedures. Freshness, hygiene and packaging, as well as accompanying documentation, are rigorously checked. The substantial variation among the standards and regimes of importing countries constitutes one of the most serious difficulties for exporters in the international market of fish and fishery products.  ...

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