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GRANT NUMBER:  90AAHSK138           NMFS NUMBER:  

REPORT TITLE:  Role of Pacific Groundfish in International Groundfish Trade--Year 2

AUTHOR:  Richard Johnston, Oregon State University

PUBLISH DATE:  March 28, 2000

AVAILABLE FROM:  National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Region, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, BIN C15700, Bldg #1, Seattle, WA 98115.   TELEPHONE: (206) 526-6115

ABSTRACT

The objective of the project was to estimate existing and potential sources of world groundfish supplies, including estimates of production; determine trade flows for groundfish, including demand factors, national economic indicators, international trade factors, and characteristics of distribution networks; and determine the role Pacific groundfish play in the international trade arena.  The report is a series of country chapters that describe various trends (up to the early 1990s) in groundfish production, demand, trade, distribution, and consumption for the following countries:  United States, China, Japan, Norway, Russia and the Baltic states, Mexico, and Korea.

 
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