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Live Fish Markets in China, Hong Kong & ASEAN . Presented by Fatima Ferdouse & Sudari Pawiro INFOFISH . The importance of fishery trade in developing countries. FAO Fish price Index: (2002-2004=100 ). 2012. However, in Malaysia seafood prices remain high.

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Live Fish Markets in China, Hong Kong &

ASEAN

Presented by

Fatima Ferdouse & SudariPawiro

INFOFISH

however in malaysia seafood prices remain high
However, in Malaysia seafood prices remain high

Farmed vannamei shrimp

60-70pc ; RM 25/kg

Salmon steaks : RM 99/kg

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The high side seafood market : Imported Organic Seafood in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand

Frozen Cod: US$70

Organic smoked salmon: US$ 100/kg

Breaded Organic Cod: US$200/kg

Organic salmon, US$ 150/kg

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China

Thailand

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---and there are better opportunities in Asian Markets

January -September

January - August

This year, the global financial crisis has had its impacts on the emerging markets but imports into Malaysia increased , indicating strong domestic demand

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Now a days , it is rather difficult to draw a clear line between low , medium and high value species .

Marine fin fish such as groupers, sea bass , snappers , abalone , sea cucumber are the higher value aquaculture products with growing demand

With a different name ‘Siakap’ (Asian seabass) has a better image . When marketed as “barramundi” , it sells well at a higher price in Asian and western markets .

soft-shell crab farming is taking over many brackish water shrimp ponds in the region due to better market opportunities.

Imports of high value seafood continues to rise in Asia .

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Regional import and domestic markets for live food fish and crustaceans are expanding
  • While China is the growing outlet for live marine fishery products, freshwater species are gaining popularity in other markets.
  • Pink tilapia has replaced wild red snapper in many seafood restaurants since 1997 economic recession
  • Restaurant demand for live freshwater prawn has also increased, replacing black tiger shrimp
live fish major markets in asia
LIVE FISH MAJOR MARKETS IN ASIA
  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • Taiwan
  • South Korea
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Japan
  • Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia
  • Mainly local production + imports
  • Imports
  • Local production
  • Local production + Imports (from China)
  • Imports + local production
  • Local production + imports
  • Local Production
  • Local production
live marine fish traded in hk
Live marine fish traded in HK

Over 60 species of marine finfish are traded in the market,

  • Species English/Common Name

- Epinepheluscoioides Green grouper/orange-spotted grouper

- E. bleekeri Spotted grouper/duskytail grouper

-Lutjanusargentimaculatus Mangrove/red snapper

- E. polyphekadion Flower/cod grouper

- E. fuscoguttatus Tiger grouper

- Plectropomusareolatus Spotted coral grouper/trout grouper

- P. leopardus Leopard grouper

- E. malaboricus Malabar grouper

- P. maculatus Spotted coral/trout grouper

- CheilinusundulatusHumphead/Napoleanwrasse

- Trachinotusblochii Pompano

- E. lauceolatus Giant grouper

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Importers:

Capture or culture species

Fish Traders

Primary Distributors

Re-export to China

Premium-priced Restaurants

Retailers/

Domestic Consumption

Medium-priced Restaurants

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Huge market- but mainly supplied from domestic production

  • Imports of live food fish is still small (6516 tons in 2011)
  • Demand is growing for live grouper
  • Supplies are mainly from HK (re-export) and Taiwan
  • Imports dropped in 2011 but recover in 2012
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Economic Co-operation Framework Agreement in 2010: import tariff reduce to 5%

  • Direct export using live fish carrier to major cities in China
  • Taiwan government targets US$263 million exports by 2013
  • Competition from local production (Hainan Island)
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China-ASEAN Free Trade Area (CAFTA)

  • Chinese businessmen invested in Vietnam in grouper farming
  • Join venture between Taiwanese company and Brunei invest in Red grouper farming (indoor)
  • Indonesia grouper farming centres: Bali, Situbondo and Lampung also targetting HK and China markets.
  • Borneo Aqua Harvest from Sabah sales directly to Xiamen
trends and issues
Trends and Issues
  • Increasing supplies from aquaculture (Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Phillipines, Brunei, Vietnam)
  • Growing demand: China and SE Asian markets
  • Current high dependency on live fish market
  • The New trend: Air-flown freshly killed grouper for banquets from Australia
  • Farming: costs, feed related issues (trash fish vs pellet)