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As EU tightens norms, marine exporters hunt for new markets

EU is the third largest market for Indian shrimp exports (traded in dollars) in value terms

Nirmalya Behera  |  Bhubaneswar 

Indian shrimp exporters may look at alternative markets barely days after the European Union tightened the norms for inspection of aquaculture products from India intended for human consumption. EU is the third largest market for Indian shrimp exports (traded in dollars) in value terms. “Despite all restrictions , the EU buying rates are not par with the rates given by USA or any other market. It is a sheer hindrance as the rates from EU are lesser than US and China markets”, said Ajay Dash, president of Seafood Exporters Association of India (SEAI)–Odisha ...

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As EU tightens norms, marine exporters hunt for new markets

EU is the third largest market for Indian shrimp exports (traded in dollars) in value terms

Indian shrimp exporters may look at alternative markets barely days after the European Union tightened the norms for inspection of aquaculture products from India intended for human consumption. EU is the third largest market for Indian shrimp exports (traded in dollars) in value terms. “Despite all restrictions , the EU buying rates are not par with the rates given by USA or any other market. It is a sheer hindrance as the rates from EU are lesser than US and China markets”, said Ajay Dash, president of Seafood Exporters Association of India (SEAI)–Odisha ...

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