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tuna export
Tuna exports fell after two months of consecutive growth
According to the Agro Processing and Market Development Authority, after two months of growth, Vietnam saw a slump in tuna exports, with sales in major...
Agriculture, forestry and fishery grew 3.16% in the first quarter of 2021
Agriculture, forestry and fishery grew 3.16% in the first quarter of 2021
On the morning of March 29, 2021, the General Statistics Office held a press conference to announce socio-economic statistics of the first quarter of 2021....
SATS launches new campaign to spur US aquaculture expansion
U.S. aquaculture advocacy group Stronger America Through Seafood has launched a new campaign this week, titled “Essential Aquaculture,” that aims to create a sense of...
fishery
Namibia revels in MSC certification of hake fishery
A successful endeavor to rebuild Namibia’s hake stocks and eliminate destructive fishing practices has earned the African country’s hake trawl and longline fishery Marine Stewardship...
fish market
World’s biggest fish market in Tokyo hit hard by COVID-19
It’s been two years since Tokyo’s historic Tsukiji fish market closed its doors and made a costly $5 billion move to the city’s outskirts. Now...
Yellowfin Tuna
To Save Indian Ocean Yellowfin Tuna From Overfishing, Managers Must Act Now
Market pressure and an Australian proposal could shift policy at upcoming IOTC meeting According to new data from the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC), overfishing...
Fish
Fish consumption could be the answer to malnourishment in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is currently considered among the top 10 fish producing countries in the world. The country has found tremendous success in freshwater aquaculture with an...
market
Social media users sink teeth into sharks at wet marke
Small sharks for sale at a wet maket in Yuen Long have set off a debate on social media about the endangered marine predators and...
seafood
How Singapore start-up’s sustainable seafood grown from stem cells could disrupt global shrimp industry Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/world/how-singapore-start-ups-sustainable-seafood-grown-stem-cells-could-disrupt-global-shrimp
HONG KONG — At a laboratory in Singapore, researchers are working on a technology with the potential to disrupt the massive — and unsustainable —...
carp roundup
Asian carp roundup opens new front in battle
GOLDEN POND, Ky. (AP) — Like a slow-motion, underwater cattle drive, wildlife officials in a half-dozen aluminum boats used pulses of electricity and sound on...
Spot-prawn market
Spot-prawn market ‘in the toilet’ as Asian glut slashes wholesale prices
A glut of spot prawns stockpiled in Asia and export issues around the pandemic mean B.C. fishermen will get a lot less for their fresh...
Pangasius exports
Pangasius exports to US continue to fall
Vietnam’s pangasius exports to the U.S., its second largest market, this year has fallen by 41.5 percent to $187.9 million. The exports to the market...
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