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China: Seafood demand ‘overstated’

A study of China’s seafood sector suggests Chinese demand for seafood is overstated and that China’s reexports account for 75 percent of the country’s seafood imports.   Authored by a joint U.S.-Norwegian group of academic economists and scientists and titled, “China’s seafood imports – Not for domestic consumption?” the report found China’s seafood-processing sector, based […]

China: Live seafood cross-border e-commerce

In Dalian Dayaowan customs cross-border e-commerce warehouse, customs staff are inspecting incoming goods. Photo by our reporter Su Dapeng.   On the fifteenth day of the first lunar month of this year, many imported seafoods are particularly eye-catching on the dining table of Bai Jie’s family in Dalian. Today, with the rise of cross-border e-commerce, various […]

G7 nations strip Russia of ‘most favoured nation’ status

Western governments have announced plans to impose punitive tariffs on Russian trade to further isolate Moscow from the global economy after the invasion of Ukraine.   In a development aimed at ratcheting up the pressure on Vladimir Putin, the G7 group of wealthy nations said it would strip Russia of “most favoured nation” (MFN) status under World […]

Seafood Industry Australia – Export Market Report series

Seafood Export Market Report series

Japan  Cod – market summary.  (new) Prawn – market summary (new) Salmon – market summary (new) Southern Bluefin Tuna – market summary (new) Tuna, other – market summary Malaysia Abalone – market summary.  (new) Saudi Arabia Lobster – market summary (new) Spain Albacore – market summary (new) Thailand Albacore – market summary (new) United Arab Emirates UAE […]

Online Webinar: Australia-China Authorised Economic Operator Mutual Recognition Agreement

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