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  1. New Countries considered for inclusion in the FAO Fish Price IndexAnalysis of available data and information Kristin Lien, Norwegian Seafood Export Council

  2. Possible new countries for inclusion in the Index where NSEC has access to the data’s for the last decade • China • Large and increasing import, mostly from Europe and Asia • Low import share of farmed species • High share of fresh/frozen(ff) “other fish” which also includes Alaska Pollock • Other fish/seafood here is mainly cephalopods and other molluscs/aquatic invertebrates • Brazil • Increasing import, mostly from South America and Europe • Import of salmon and some other unidentified farmed species which seems to be mostly frozen fillets from China, Argentine, Vietnam and Chile. • Other fish/seafood here is mostly «bacalao» (salted/dried codfishes) • Korea Republic • Large but also increasing import, mostly from Asia and Europe • Farmed import consist mostly of prawns and salmon • Import of «Other fish» consists of a large share of surimi and roe products • Other fish/seafood is mainly cephalopods and other molluscs/aquatic invertebrates Data sources: The respective countries trade statistics(import)

  3. China

  4. China’s Import of Seafood, 1000 MT

  5. China’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  6. China’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  7. China’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  8. China’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  9. China’s Import of Fresh/Frozen AQUACULTURED SPECIES, Mill. USD

  10. China’s Import of Fresh/Frozen White Fish, Mill. USD

  11. China’s Import of “Other Fish”, Mill. USD

  12. Brazil

  13. Brazil’s Import of Seafood, 1000 MT

  14. Brazil’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  15. Brazil’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  16. Brazil’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  17. Brazil’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  18. Brazil’s Import of Fresh/Frozen AQUACULTURED SPECIES, Mill. USD

  19. Brazil’s Import of Captured Fresh/Frozen White Fish, Mill. USD

  20. Korea Republic

  21. Korea’s Import of Seafood, 1000 MT

  22. Korea’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  23. Korea’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  24. Korea’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  25. Korea’s Import of Seafood, Mill. USD

  26. Korea’s Import of Fresh/Frozen AQUACULTURED SPECIES, Mill. USD

  27. Korea’s Import of Captured Fresh/Frozen White Fish, Mill. USD

  28. Korea’s Import of Captured “Other Fish”, Mill. USD