One country's salmon aquaculture embarks on a new round of faster growth while the other sees output taper off. It has been a good year for both Norwegian and Chilean salmon farmers, though the latter had some luck fall their way. Russia's banning of European food products has turned the latter into its salmon supplier of choice. Already rising from 5,000 tonnes in 2012 to 25,000 tonnes in 2013, Chile's salmon exports to Russia can only multiply after its banning of European food imports.
After rising Chinese dairy output lessens import demand, Russia bans EU dairy products, extending an exceptionally sharp market correction. Thanks to Russia's ban on European Union dairy products, the ongoing fall in world dairy prices has been steeper and longer lasting than was predicted.