Majority of China’s Shrimp Markets Reviving, Some Still Battling COVID-19 Impacts
Around the Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day, China’s shrimp demand has been rising, which in turn is pushing local prices upward. Though recently the shrimp market in Fujian province has been hit hard by the reoccurrence of COVID-19, others have seen a rosy market during the holiday season.
China’s average farm gate price of white shrimps, for example, is said to have ballooned by about 24.2% to 23.9 yuan/jin (1 jin=0.5 kilo) in this mid-September compared with earlier this month...
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