Ukraine: The export of shellfish in 2023 increased by 1.5 times

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Published Feb 3, 2024

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In 2023, Ukraine experienced a significant surge in shellfish trade, with exports and imports increasing by 47.6% and 67.9% respectively from the previous year. The country exported 946 tons, earning $5.2 million, with Lithuania, Spain, and Poland being the main buyers. On the other hand, Ukraine imported 4.7 thousand tons, spending $15.4 million, with the largest suppliers being China, Peru, and France.
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In 2023, Ukraine exported 946 tons of shellfish - 47.6% more than a year earlier. This is evidenced by the data of the State Customs Service. In monetary terms, shellfish exports reached $5.2 million - 73.3% more than in 2022. The main buyers of Ukrainian shellfish in 2023 were Lithuania (61.8%), Spain (26.6%) and Poland (4.9%). At the same time, during 2023, 4.7 thousand tons of shellfish were purchased abroad - 67.9% more than in 2022. Ukraine spent $15.4 million on this, which is 63.8% more than the previous year. China (30%), Peru (23.9%) and France ...
Source: Agrotimes
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