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Vietnam tuna exports to US increased in 2011
(vasep.com.vn) From the middle of 2009 up to now, the U.S. has surpassed EU to become the largest export market for Vietnam tuna. According to General Department of Viet Nam Customs, export value of Vietnam tuna to the U.S. last year reached US$171.37 million, representing a 31.8 percent increase against 2010. The U.S. was the only market remaining...
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Spanish tuna canners switch tactics, demand big increase in zero duty loin imports
(Seafood.com) After first protesting against the agreement between the EU and Papua New Guinea in regard to the favorable zero duty import tariff for ...
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