Aquaculture - International Trade
Aquaculture includes fish farming or breeding, shellfish farming or breeding, oyster farming or breeding, mussel farming or breeding, crustacean farming such as crayfish and shrimp, and growing seaweed.
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Sea cucumbers, also known as beche de mer, are a traditional part of Chinese cuisine, and among the oldest traded food products between the United States and China.
Given China’s limited natural resources, namely freshwater and fishmeal, the once export-oriented aquaculture industry in South China will need transform into a domestic supplier.
Growing domestic incomes and changing life styles of average consumers is fueling demand for many high value seafood species creating abundant opportunities for U.S. exporters.
The Government of Mexico announced broad-based tariff duty reductions on a number of food and agricultural commodities on November 23, 2012.
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