By James M. Anderson (Auth.)
The quick development in seafood alternate long ago 3 a long time has created a really international marketplace for fish. Written via one of many world's top experts at the topic, this e-book is the 1st to discover the constitution, functionality and developments of this foreign marketplace. it really is useful for seafood investors, govt officers and researchers, and has develop into the normal reference at the desks of all individuals in and observers of the foreign fish and seafood trade.
- The first entire updateable therapy of the area huge meat marketplace place
- Written by way of one of many world's prime experts at the seafood and its economics
- Features extra contributions from a number professional researchers and practitioners
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The speedy progress in seafood exchange long ago 3 many years has created a really international marketplace for fish. Written via one of many world's prime professionals at the topic, this publication is the 1st to discover the constitution, functionality and developments of this overseas marketplace. it's worthwhile for seafood investors, executive officers and researchers, and has turn into the normal reference at the desks of all individuals in and observers of the foreign fish and seafood alternate.
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4; Fig. 11b). 4 Top shrimp producing countries: capture and aquaculture (live weight equivalent) Rank 1970 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 US India China Mexico Thailand Indonesia Japan Malaysia Brazil West Germany Vietnam Taiwan Philippines Pakistan Australia Hong Kong Panama Spain Republic of Korea Netherlands Chile Venezuela Greenland Norway Ecuador Nicaragua Italy El Salvador Cuba Guyana Other TOTAL Quantity (MT) 2000 166700 121700 107100 69100 61 100 53600 53500 48700 43700 37900 33 300 30720 27400 19600 13400 12400 12300 11700 10700 10300 9700 8700 8429 7600 6200 6100 5700 5600 5500 5 300 78970 1092719 China India Indonesia Thailand US Vietnam Canada Malaysia Mexico Greenland Philippines Norway Bangladesh Brazil Ecuador S.
Tilapia, a native of Africa, has been described as the perfect farm fish. It is easy to raise, disease-resistant, and efficiently converts food to 35 THE INTERNATIONAL - ° - Indonesia - o - Japan SEAFOOD TRADE - * - China - * - Taiwan - ° - Philippines —«— S. 20a Top tuna, bonito, and billfish producing countries, Asia (live weight equivalent). 20b Top tuna, bonito, and billfish producing countries, non-Asia (live weight equivalent). protein. This potential has radically changed the distribution of tilapia perhaps more than any other fish.
7c). Freshwater culture methods produced over 20 million MT in 2000, or approximately 58% of all production. Mariculture accounted for nearly 13 million MT of product, or 36% of total production. Brackish water culture accounted for the remaining six percent, or two million MT of production (see Fig. 8). 8 World aquaculture production by environment, 2000 (live weight equivalent) (source: FAO 2002). & JT éf
The International Seafood Trade by James M. Anderson (Auth.)