GLOBEFISH-专注世界渔业贸易分析与信息

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April 2020 Issue, includes 2019 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 news affecting commodities...
One of the key themes emerging in many European countries during the COVID-19 crisis is the need for a renewed focus on local seafood production for domestic consumption. European seafood markets, as well as Asian seafood markets, are currently characterised by very weak demand and low prices due to the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen most importers remain reluctant to resume purchasing even though some countries have begun gradually loosening restrictions.  Although restaurants in France and Italy are slowly...
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...
The COVID-19 outbreak and the government measures introduced to reduce contagion risk are still overshadowing the European seafood market. Most importers have stopped purchasing as most countries remain in varying states of lockdown. However, there are some signs of improvement in the general situation, with restaurants reopening in several European countries. In the meantime, the industry is adapting to the shifting market conditions by offering new ranges of seafood retail products targeted at home-bound consumers.  In...
The array of COVID-19 measures taken by governments aimed at slowing the spread of the virus, including business closures and travel restrictions, are hampering business activities all along the supply chain in Europe. European small-scale fishers, who mainly supply fresh fish to restaurants, have been heavily affected by the effective shutdown of the foodservice sector. Most of these producers are unable to pivot their businesses to target supermarket sales, which are currently favouring frozen fish suppliers. In Italy, for example, 90 percent of...
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