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The FAO GLOBEFISH Chinese Fish Price Report, based on information supplied by industry correspondents, aims to provide guidance on broad price trends. In the last years, China remained the top fish producer in the world with strong linkages with this historical evolution growth of aquaculture vis-à-vis wild capture fisheries. In addition, China is a country where international trade plays a significant role in fish and fish products. The Chinese Fish Price Report fills an existing gap...
April 2019 Issue, includes  January – December 2018 Statistics. 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...
Moderate demand is reported in seafood markets in both Europe and Asia, with seasonally average landings and average to lower-than-average price ranges. Prices for shrimp and tuna, in particular, have been trending steeply downwards. Summer is generally a period of high fish consumption, however, and this added demand combined with limited production is pushing up prices of squid and groundfish. 
European fish traders attended the Brussels Seafood Expo this month, the major industry event of the year. The dominant consumer trend at present is growing demand for more expensive convenience seafood products. In the shorter term, demand is good on the European market and landings are slow. 
The usual increase in seafood trade accompanied the arrival of Lent this year, leading to higher prices for all major products. Groundfish is in particularly low supply, and prices continue to rise. Two prominent political issues are likely to impact trade in the coming months. The first is the outcome of ongoing Brexit negotiations, for which the deadline has been extended until 31 October. If no agreement is reached between the EU28 and the UK, then the two thirds of UK’s seafood...

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