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02.08.2018 kl 10:00 8885

Norwegian salmon exports to China rose last week
Innkommet 02.08.2018 09:38

OSLO, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Norway exported 387 tonnes of fresh
salmon to China last week, up from 166 tonnes the previous week,
data from the Norwegian Seafood Council showed on Thursday.
Norwegian producers see Chinese demand as an important
factor to balance growing global salmon supply. The two
countries are also working on a free trade deal.
Last week, Norway's total salmon export volumes rose to
17,350 tonnes from 15,331 tonnes in the same week a year ago.
Exports to China during the same period a year ago were
zero.
Norway's average export price last week stood at 56.06
Norwegian crowns per kilo compared to 62.49 crowns in the same
week of 2017.
The European Union is by far the biggest export market for
Norwegian salmon, buying 81 percent of volumes last week, down
from 83 percent in the previous week.
Combined for China and Vietnam, volumes last week fell to
448 tonnes from 548 tonnes in the same week last year.
Separately, volumes to Hong Kong rose to 303 tonnes last
week from 254 tonnes in same week last year.
Redigert 21.01.2021 kl 05:32

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