CHINA MARKET NEWS

China Lures Global Salmon Suppliers with Rosy Market Prospects

http://www.seafoodnews.com As statistics show, prices of salmon imported to China have exceeded 90 yuan ($13.37 USD) per kg in China’s first tier cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou in mid-April. Stocked salmon have been mostly sold out there, while some foreign...

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Vietnam Takes Advantage of U.S.-China Trade War

May 17, 2019 http://www.seafoodnews.com President Donald Trump’s recent tweets about tariffs and China has hit both the U.S. and China hard and also influenced global markets. Some countries will likely suffer, while some are believed to benefit from the fight between...

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China Expects to Replace the U.S. as Largest Shrimp Importer

May 28, 2019 http://www.seafoodnews.com China is not only an important shrimp producer but also a significant importer in the global market. As statistics show, its shrimp output has increased slightly to reach about 1.3 million tons last year. Though the ratio of its...

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China Boosts the Development of Canada’s Seafood Industry

March 26, 2019 seafood news.com China has become a huge and lucrative market for many worldwide seafood suppliers, including Canada. As statistics show, this Asian country has become the second largest importer of live lobsters from New Brunswick, Canada. Thanks to...

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China Overtakes Japan as Alaska’s Largest Seafood Importer

March 18, 2019 http://www.seafoodnews.com China used to mean nothing more than just an Asian country for fishermen in Alaska, but in recent years it has become a magnet, attracting sellers and seafood products with increasingly great demand and deep-pocket buyers. Its...

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Lobster Index Says China Still on the Boil

http://www.seafoodnews.com If the lobster barometer is anything to go by, demand at the top end of the Chinese market remains on the boil despite downgrades in China's growth forecasts. The biggest player in Australia's most valuable wild-catch fishery continues to...

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China’s direct imports of crustaceans now worth billions

By Louis Harkell Undercurrentnews.com Feb. 5, 2019 09:26 GMT Booming imports of shrimp stood out amongst China’s top seafood imports of 2018, with 192,991 metric tons of shrimp worth $1.36 billion imported directly by the country last year, up 203% in volume and 187%...

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