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Faible production de crevettes en Asie du Sud-Est, tandis que les prix à la sortie de l'exploitation peuvent augmenter [septembre 2016]
A general overview implies lower availability of raw material in major shrimp producing countries, particularly in Asia.
In China, farming efforts this year have slowed, even though EMS disease has in general been under control. Farmers that lost crops in 2015 to disease are not keen to continue farming shrimp this year. Reportedly, production is recovering in the Hainan area but in Zhanjiang and other areas, availability of good quality post larvae is poor, likely due to environmental pollution.

Availability of raw material is also limited in India. As of June, overall production during the first half of the year remains lower than average in Andhra and Tamil Nadu, the two major faming areas of vannamei. Farms in Tamil Nadu are affected by the heat wave and diseases (EHP, white feces). Early harvests mostly consisted of smaller sizes (10g/pc) destined to domestic markets at strong prices for farmers and traders. Export processors in Andhra and Tamil Nadu are sourcing raw material from Odissa and West Bengal to supplement, as production in these areas are better.

Poor availably of local raw material is also reported in southern Viet Nam due to drought and saltwater intrusion as well as EHP and white feces disease. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), production in large farming areas in Ca Mau, Kien Giang, Tra Vinh and Ben Tre provinces is poor, with conditions showing no sign of improving in the near future. Since May/June, Chinese traders have been heavily trading in Southeast Asia, buying shrimp directly from farmers in Viet Nam and Thailand at good prices. As a result, local export industries are now facing a raw material shortage.

In some positive news for the sector, overall production in Indonesia has shown signs of improvement so far this year. Vannamei shrimp farmers that took a break from farming in 2015 are now reporting high density production with new areas being developed for farming. Fortunately, there has been no severe drought, though white feces disease has been reported throughout the country. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Fisheries plans to revitalize black tiger farming particularly in Northern Kalimantan (Tarakan). The dry season is expected from July onwards

Ecuador reported moderate to high production supplies during the first quarter of the year. However, since the earthquake in April, supplies have slowed down.

Crevettes - Novembre 2015 [décembre 2015]
In the first half of 2015, global production of farmed shrimp was lower than the same time period last year, particularly with less than expected harvests in Asia. Production in Ecuador was higher during this period, with Viet nam as their top export market. Shrimp prices plummeted by 15-20% in international trade compared with the first six months of 2014 as a result of the supply and demand disparity in the USA, the EU and Japan. For exports, India, Indonesia and Thailand managed to increase their volumes to the USA, albeit with plummeting export revenues. There were also higher imports to Viet Nam, the Republic of Korea and China during this period.
Marché international du crabe - Février 2008 [février 2008]

Weak dollar boosts European crab imports from developing countries

The weak dollar helped to boost crab imports in European markets during 2007. Preliminary figures point to increased volumes in the French, Spanish and Italian markets compared to 2006. The currency effect contributed to a shift from chilled imports, which are dominated by European suppliers, to frozen imports, which are increasingly supplied by non European producers.
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Marché International de la langouste - Février 2008 [février 2008]

HONG KONG / CHINA
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Demand for spiny lobster after the Moon festival (mid August) strengthened partly due to the limited traditional supply channels and generally lower arrival condition of this year’s Mexican production. Prices of Mexican lobster started at USD$35 per kg CNF Hong Kong (mid September) while the cold water Jasus species from New Zealand and South Australia were fetching USD$58/kg CFR and more.
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Marché européen de la crevette - Février 2008 [février 2008]

GENERAL TREND
During the period January-September 2007, combined shrimp imports for the EU, the USA and Japan decreased slightly compared to the same period in 2006. Within this group, the EU was not only the major market with 439 000 tonnes imported (extra-EU imports only) but was also the only market in expansion. All European markets (excluding the UK) continued to grow and to consolidate. The European shrimp market was largely influenced by the US shrimp market situation.
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Les directeurs du Réseau Info Centres se réunissent à Conxemar, Vigo
En octobre de chaque année, l'Association espagnole des grossistes, importateurs, fabricants et exportateurs de poissons et d'aquaculture organise l'exposition internationale de fruits de mer surgelés (Conxemar) à Vigo, en Espagne.

Parallèlement à cet événement, Conxemar détient conjointement une conférence internationale en collaboration avec la FAO. Cette année, la conférence a été consacrée à céphalopodes, un groupe de mollusques qui comprend calmars, seiches et pieuvres. La conférence est également le cadre de divers événements parallèles tels que le dialogue de Vigo sur le travail décent dans les pêches et l'aquaculture et la réunion du Réseau d'information sur les poissons (FIN).
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