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Shrimp firms lay off over 400 workers
Ecuador | 03:00 | Two processing and exporting shrimp firms from Costa Rica have been forced to lay off 412 employees since October last year, following a sharp drop in production. Full Story
Salmon price status at week 16
Norway | 02:00 | Fresh salmon export volumes for week 15 are up 2,409 tonnes compared to week 14 and up 6,172 tonnes compared to week 15, 2013, reports Fish Pool ASA. Full Story
Identification of wild and farmed shrimp origin sought
Mexico | 01:40 | A new rule that has just been issued by the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food aims to establish procedures to identify the origin of farmed shrimp, marine waters and estuaries, salt marshes and bays. Full Story
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Easter recess
Japan In observance of Easter, FIS.com will not be publishing articles in its World News section on 17-18 April.
Shrimp firms lay off over 400 workers
Ecuador Two processing and exporting shrimp firms from Costa Rica have been forced to lay off 412 employees since October last year, following a sharp drop in production.
Haiku records strong decrease in profits
China Chinese seafood processors, Haikui Seafood’s revenue decreased by 39.7 per cent compared to 2012 as a result of the challenging market environment affecting the industry in the country.
Salmon price status at week 16
Norway Fresh salmon export volumes for week 15 are up 2,409 tonnes compared to week 14 and up 6,172 tonnes compared to week 15, 2013, reports Fish Pool ASA.