Aquaculture
Thursday, February 23, 2006
Pakistan's seafood exports crippled by high diesel prices
February 23, 2006 Pakistan's seafood exports crippled by high diesel prices High diesel prices is wiping out seafood exports from Pakistan as latest figures show a decline of about 90 percent and scores of fishermen abandoned fishing operat ...
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Punjabi fish sellers jubilant as sales soar due to bird flu fears
February 22, 2006 Punjabi fish sellers jubilant as sales soar due to bird flu fears Fish sellers in Punjab, one of India's most prolific chicken-eating states, are cashing in on recent reports of bird flu in poultry in Maharashtra, even as ...
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Shrimp harvest in US state falls to record lows
February 22, 2006 Shrimp harvest in US state falls to record lows Shrimp harvest in 2005 in the US state of North Carolina was about a third of the average haul and has fallen to the lowest in more than 25 years, according to preliminary ca ...
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Vietnamese fisheries ministry plans to net billions
February 21, 2006 Vietnamese fisheries ministry plans to net billions The Fisheries Ministry has adopted an ambitious plan aiming at harvesting between 3.5 million and 4 million tonnes of aqua-products by the year 2010. It is expected that ...
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
New aquaculture licences in Victoria, Australia up for grabs
Febryary 21, 2006 New aquaculture licences in Victoria, Australia up for grabs The Victorian government in Australia wants to double the value of the state's aquaculture production with new licences up for grabs in Port Phillip and Western ...
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
US may review anti-dumping shrimp tax
February 21, 2006 US may review anti-dumping shrimp tax The US Department of Commerce (DOC) may review anti-dumping tax rates imposed on shrimp imported from six countries, including Vietnam, if shrimp exporters submit petitions before Feb ...
Monday, February 20, 2006
Cadmium, lead levels in Norwegian salmon found to be normal
February 20, 2006 Cadmium, lead levels in Norwegian salmon found to be normal Official Danish and Swedish laboratories have conducted new tests on Norwegian salmon and found no abnormal levels of lead and cadmium.   The tests were conducted ...
Monday, February 20, 2006
Seafood company sues EU to change ruling
February 20, 2006 Seafood company sues EU to change ruling Fjord Seafood, a Norwegian seafood company, announced Friday it would sue the European Union to throw out a ruling that the company should set a minimum price on its products. The o ...
Friday, February 17, 2006
Indian shrimp exporters to seek US duty review
February 17, 2006 Indian shrimp exporters to seek US duty review At least 25 Indian major shrimp exporters have decided to file review petitions before the US department of commerce (DoC) against the anti-dumping duty imposed on Indian shri ...
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Norway's salmon dispute with Russia continues
February 15, 2006 Norway's salmon dispute with Russia continues A meeting between Norwegian and Russian authorities in Moscow on Feb 13 to settle the dispute over Russia's import ban on Norwegian salmon failed to produce an immediate soluti ...
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
EU lifts ban on Chinese aquatic products
February 15, 2006 EU lifts ban on Chinese aquatic products The EU has allowed imports of aquatic products from southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region after a four-year ban on Chinese animal food, said Guangxi-based Hong'en Aquat ...
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
Seafood companies in Vietnam cheer even as shortages loom
February 14, 2006 Seafood companies in Vietnam cheer even as shortages loom   Seafood exporters in Vietnam have reason to cheer as export volume is expected to rise 5.66 percent this year. In the past few months, many US large seafood distr ...
Monday, February 13, 2006
Brunei aims to develop fisheries sector
February 13, 2006 Brunei aims to develop fisheries sector   Brunei's fisheries industry is a promising sector that will add diversity to Brunei's economy, Brunei's Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Primary Resources Dato Paduka Hj Mohd ...
Friday, February 10, 2006
Seafood consortium to be set up in Vietnam
February 10, 2006 Seafood consortium to be set up in Vietnam Plans are afoot to set up a local consortium of seafood export and processing enterprises this year, the Vietnamese Fisheries Ministry said on Thursday. The goal is to re-organise ...
Thursday, February 9, 2006
Indian seafood exporters to shut down for three days
February 9, 2006 Indian seafood exporters to shut down for three days   350 Indian seafood processors and exporters, members of the Seafood Exporters Association Of India (SEAI) will be closed for three days from Feb 13 to protest a recent ...

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