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Brazil exports 49% more fish in 2021 than the previous year

Brasil exporta 49% mais peixes em 2021 do que no ano anterior
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Jan 26, 2022
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Exports of Brazilian fish farming continue to grow strongly, according to a periodic bulletin prepared by Embrapa Pesca e Aquicultura, from Palmas (TO), in partnership with the Brazilian Fish Farming Association (PeixeBR), released on Tuesday (25). In volume, the numbers were 9,900 tons in 2021 and 6,700 tons in the previous year, an increase of 49%. And in revenue, it was US$ 20.7 million against US$ 11.7 million in 2020, an increase of 78%.
Brazilian fish farming exports continue to grow strongly, according to periodical bulletin prepared by Embrapa Pesca e Aquicultura, from Palmas (TO), in partnership with the Brazilian Fish Farming Association (PeixeBR), released on Tuesday (25). In volume, the numbers were 9,900 tons in 2021 and 6,700 tons in the previous year, an increase of 49%. And in revenue, it was US$ 20.7 million against US$ 11.7 million in 2020, an increase of 78%. “This strong increase in exports seen in 2021 reflects a growth trend that has been happening in recent years. Particularly in 2021, there was an influence of the appreciated dollar and also a retraction of demand in the domestic market, which made some companies orient their sales abroad”, said Manoel Pedroza, researcher at Embrapa Pesca e Aquicultura in the area of aquaculture economy. Comparing the two increases, 78% in revenue and 49% in volume, it is clear that the average value of Brazilian fish exported was higher last year than in 2020. ...
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