Aquaculture
Friday, April 29, 2005
Cuba develops artificial shrimp rearing
April 29, 2005 Cuba develops artificial shrimp rearing Artificial shrimp raising is one lucrative approach to increase export earnings for Cuba's fishing industry. The current price for artificially-raised shrimps is US$3,500 to $4,000 a to ...
Thursday, April 28, 2005
Norway salmon gets 20 percent levy to protect Scottish seafood
April 28, 2005 Norway salmon gets 20 percent levy to protect Scottish seafood The cost of Norwegian salmon within the EU will be increased by about 20 percent beginning April 27 as part of an attempt to save fish farming in Scotland. Allega ...
Thursday, April 28, 2005
Proposal to stop fish dumping at sea
April 28, 2005 Proposal to stop fish dumping at sea Struan Stevenson, former chairman of the European Parliament's fisheries committee is proposing to end the annual dumping of more than one million tonnes of fish by EU vessels. In his repo ...
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
Japan to aggressively seek out new seafood markets
April 26, 2005 Japan to aggressively seek out new seafood markets The Japanese government is encouraging its seafood exporters to take advantage of trade liberalisation and the growing worldwide boom in Japanese food. With domestic seafood ...
Monday, April 25, 2005
US may shift away from Vietnamese shrimp
April 25, 2005 US may shift away from Vietnamese shrimp US shrimp importers may shift more of their purchases away from Vietnam to India, Thailand and Bangladesh. The reason is a ruling by the US to require Vietnamese exporters to buy bonds ...
Monday, April 25, 2005
Tsunami, tariffs shrink Thai shrimp exports
April 25, 2005 Tsunami, tariffs shrink Thai shrimp exports Steep tariffs and damage cause by the tsunami has resulted in a steep drop in Thailand's shrimp exports. Shrimp farmers are rallying the Commerce Ministry to re-negotiate with the E ...
Friday, April 22, 2005
China Rapeseed Meal Market Weekly: Prices remain weak; near-term demand hinges on pick-up in aquaculture production (week ended Apr 21, 2005)
April 22, 2005 China Rapeseed Meal Market Weekly: Prices remain weak; near-term demand hinges on pick-up in aquaculture production  (week ended Apr 21, 2005) An eFeedLink exclusive report                             1.  Price summary Rapese ...
Friday, April 22, 2005
Ireland's 2004 seafood investment at peak levels
April 22, 2005 Ireland's 2004 seafood investment at peak levels High levels of investment in the Irish seafood industry is a sure indicator the sector is at a peak, said Pat Gallanger, the Marine Minister of Ireland at the annual launch of ...
Friday, April 22, 2005
Viet seafood exports to Japan to read US$1 billion
April 22, 2005 Viet seafood exports to Japan to read US$1 billion Vietnam's seafood exports to Japan this year are expected to reach US$750-800 million, and to US$1-1.2 billion in 2010, the Ministry of Trade announced. The seafood sector se ...
Friday, April 22, 2005
EU seafood inspectors in Vietnam
April 22, 2005 EU seafood inspectors in Vietnam A group of EU inspectors are in Vietnam to review the country's efforts in ensuring safety and sanitation in seafood production After high levels of antibiotics were found in Vietnamese seafoo ...
Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Russia OK seafood from China
April 19, 2005 Russia OK seafood from China Russia's federal service for veterinary and phytosanitary inspection will lift restrictions imposed on imports of fish, sea products and rabbit meat from China. The temporary ban was set up in Sep ...
Monday, April 18, 2005
Vietnam to improve aquaculture sector
April 16, 2005 Vietnam to improve aquaculture sector Vietnam's fisheries sector is set to invest VND118 billion (US$7.4 million) to improve the management of aquaculture breeding techniques and breeding habitats. The funds will be used for ...
Friday, April 15, 2005
India to test shrimps before shipment
April 15, 2005 India to test shrimps before shipment The US Food and Drug Administration will start intercepting shipments of shrimp from countries that have had banned antibiotics detected in their imports. India's seafood exporters have a ...
Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Japan imposes tough requirements for shrimp imports
April 12, 2005 Japan imposes tough requirements for shrimp imports After learning that imports of shrimp from India contained residues of banned antibiotics, Japan has imposed tough measures on future shipments. It is now mandatory for all ...
Monday, April 4, 2005
Seoul to provide US$2 million of shrimp drug to Vietnam
April 4, 2005 Seoul to provide US$2 million of shrimp drug to Vietnam Vietnamese shrimp farms in the district of Can Gio would receive US$2 million worth of Shrimp Doctor, a South-Korean made drug that prevents shrimp diseases, stimulates g ...

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