Maduro highlights Chile among the export destinations for Venezuelan fish and shrimp

Updated Jun 16, 2023
The Venezuelan government affirmed this Wednesday that exports in the fishing and aquaculture sector increased by 54% in the first four months of the year. President Nicolás Maduro mentioned Chile among a dozen countries receiving these exports, mostly made up of fish and shrimp. "This year, aquaculture production, in the first quarter, is reaching a growth of 19%, and the export engine within the fishing and aquaculture sector is increasing by 54%," said the Venezuelan government. For his part, Maduro added that the export has been made to countries such as France, Spain, the United States, China, Chile, the Netherlands, Belgium, South Korea, Colombia, Italy, Turkey, Guatemala, Malaysia, Morocco, the Dominican Republic, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico, Araba and Hong Kong. "This is the country I want to build, the country that produces, exports, and wins markets in the world," he added. Last April, the Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture stated that in 2022 the Caribbean ...
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