Whitefish

Published on
May 29, 2019

The board of directors of Russia’s scientific institutes for fisheries has approved the country’s total allowable catch (TAC) for 2020 at just over three million metric tons (MT), nearly identical to the current year’s total

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By

Mark Godfrey

Published on
May 28, 2019

China’s efforts to clear up inland freshwater aquaculture are being complicated by hotter weather and a longer and more stringent fishing ban, both of which have driven up prices for aquaculture staples like carp

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By

Cliff White

Published on
May 21, 2019

The fate of DEXIM Hidrobiologicos Congelados is intertwined with the price of hake, or merluza, as it is called in Paita District, Peru, where the company is based

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By

Jason Holland

Published on
May 17, 2019

Iceland’s fishermen landed 113,094 metric tons (MT) of fish and shellfish last month, which was 23 percent less than in April 2018, with lower catches in the pelagic, flatfish, and shellfish categories

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By

Toan Dao

Published on
April 26, 2019

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has hiked the antidumping duty imposed on pangasius products from Vietnam to rates much higher than in its preliminary review

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By

Toan Dao

Published on
April 18, 2019

The farm-gate prices of pangasius in Vietnam rose slightly in the week ending 11 April from the week before, but remained much lower year-on year

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By

Cliff White

Published on
April 11, 2019

Egypt’s aquaculture production has nearly tripled since 2005, reaching 1.4 million metric tons last year

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Toan Dao

Published on
March 28, 2019

Pangasius exports from Vietnam continued the upward momentum from last year, with China now replacing the United States to become the biggest buyer in the first two months

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By

Jason Holland

Published on
March 27, 2019

European Union markets imported a total 513,000 metric tons (MT) of Atlantic cod valued at EUR 2.4 billion (USD 2.7 billion) in 2017

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By

Cliff White

Published on
March 25, 2019

Stolt Sea Farm is building two new sole production farms in Cervo, Spain, and Tocha, Portugal

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