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Vietnamese Cephalopod Exports to China Make Notable Leap

Vietnamese Cephalopod Exports to China Make Notable Leap

January 7, 2021 www.seafoodnews.com The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) reported a 50% jump in cephalopod exports to China through the first nine months of 2020. Overall, exports to China reached $30.9 million, over the same time period...

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Royal Greenland begins live lobster shipments to China

Royal Greenland begins live lobster shipments to China

By Undercurrent News Sep. 24, 2019 10:02 BST Quin-Sea Fisheries -- the Canadian division of Royal Greenland -- has officially opened its live lobster facility in New Harbour, Newfoundland on Sept. 18, just nine months after breaking ground at the site. The facility is...

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China’s Seafood Imports Surge Again in July

China’s Seafood Imports Surge Again in July

www.undercurrentnews.com Seafood exporters around the world will be buoyed to hear of another big month of Chinese seafood imports. Chinese customs figures released this week show the country imported CNY 8.41 billion ($1.17bn) worth of seafood in July, up a massive...

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China’s H1 seafood imports surge to $7bn

China’s H1 seafood imports surge to $7bn

  By Louis Harkell July 29, 2019 10:29 BST www.undercurrentnews.com China’s direct seafood imports grew 32% to $7.03 billion in the first six months of 2019 compared with the same period last year, underling the Asian giant’s seemingly irrepressible appetite for...

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China Lures Global Salmon Suppliers with Rosy Market Prospects

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

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

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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