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Vietnamese seafood exports to Russia keep rising

VIET NAM | Monday, September 01, 2014
Seafood exports from Vietnam to Russia reached USD 36.2 million in the first seven months of 2014, representing a 5.4 per cent increase year on year, according to VASEP.

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Scottish Salmon Company obtains solid results in Q2
United Kingdom | 00:50 | Scottish Salmon Company has achieved a solid first half to 2014 as a result of good biological growth, strong market prices for most of the period, and the continuation of improved cost reduction and control. Full Story
Galicia reopens some raft polygons and shellfish beds
Spain | 23:50 | The presence of the lipophilic toxin in the Galician estuaries is subsiding significantly, which has contributed to the opening of six mussel farming polygons. Full Story
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