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Frozen cod milts iports increased by 183% South Korea
In June 2020, the import volume of frozen cod milts was about 711 tons, up 183% from 251 tons the previous year.
The June cumulative imports amounted to about 2,001 tons, down 14 % from 2,316 t...
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