China’s Demand for Some Imported Seafood Rebounds
After the outbreak of COVID-19, imported seafood have encountered hindrances on their way to China. But luckily there have been some signs of improvement thanks to joint efforts of industry participants. And according to some insiders, the prospect of imported seafood is promising with the recovering of China’s catering industry.
Canada’s northern shrimp are one of the lucky survivors. As statistics from China’s customs show, its export to China has only contracted by 5.7% in 2020 to 50,427 tons compared with that of 53,461 tons in 2019...
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