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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. Prices are indicated against product form and grading as well as being given in US$ and Euros for ease of comparison. The country from which the prices originate, the price reference (i.e. if the prices are fob - free on board, fca - free carrier, ddp - delivered duty paid, exw...
Monthly prices for about 600 fish products and an overview of the major trends on the European market, reported by an extensive correspondent network. Prices are indicated against product form and grading as well as being given in US$ and Euros for ease of comparison. The country from which the prices originate, the price reference (i.e. if the prices are fob - free on board, fca - free carrier, ddp - delivered duty paid, exw...
This report provides a global overview and synthesis of studies on perceptions of aquaculture in both developed and developing countries. Its aim is to better understand the main concerns of the public and diverse stakeholder groups.  The second part provides recommendations for policy-makers, the industry and other stakeholders on improving public understanding of aquaculture and on the roles various actors can play in this process.
Statistical updates from around the world on prices, production, processing, imports, and exports for the main fish commodities. This information is collated at GLOBEFISH, the FAO centre for international fish trade information. The information is taken form the network of GLOBEFISH correspondents, the European Price Report, GLOBEFISH Highlights, INFOFISH Trade News, FAO FISHDAB, EUROSTAT and others.
This publication is intended to complement and inform the International Plan of Action for the Conservation and Management of Sharks, developed in 1998 to address concerns over possible negative effects of increased shark catches on vulnerable shark populations. It is also intended as a part complement to, and part continuation of, Shark Utilization, Marketing and Trade (FAO Fisheries Technical Paper No. 389), published in 1999. Much of that paper remains valid, e.g. the information on product utilization...

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