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June 13, 2017 – Malawi’s export earnings from fish jumped by 8.55 percent in 2016
September 6, 2017 – Global fish industry set to scale record in 2017
Combination of high salmon prices and aquaculture puts this year in record territory
(Says “scale record” vs. “set record”, so it’s less impactful, and not searchable. Plays it off on two plausible-deniability excuses in the midst of record fish hauls across the globe – ed)
September 16, 2017 – Spain hits all-time record in wine exports, at 2.71 billion euros – The …
September 20, 2017 – 2017 corn crop may set records in Delaware after wet summer
October 4, 2017 – Argentina aims to restart shrimp exports to Brazil as catches hit record
VIGO, Spain — Argentina is negotiating the reopening of its langostino shrimp exports to Brazil, as shrimp catches this year in the country’s waters are close to a record high, Argentina’s undersecretary of fisheries and aquaculture, Tomas Martin Gerpe, told Undercurrent News in an interview at Conxemar.
(the headline says “hit record” and the body says “close to a record“. I’m so confused and ensheepled! – ed)
The Argentine shrimp season this year has been “very good“, Gerpe said. Between January and September, Argentine shrimp catches have reached 171,000 metric tons, according to latest available preliminary data. Good catches have partially depressed international prices, but demand has also increased, Gerpe said.
(carefully makes no mention of the previous record, or the percentage of this new record above the old. The most-shrimp-ever-in-history is described as “very good” – ed)
It has been a very good year in terms of volumes, he noted, adding: “There are some stocks (left) but the market is moving. It has not stopped”.
The season in Argentine waters, where the number of active vessels has increased, is currently ongoing.
(hides increase behind ‘more vessels fishing‘ – ed)
October 9, 2017 – Official fish trade ‘hugely underestimates’ global catches