Algal bloom hits Chile: What does it mean for the farmed salmon trade? 2 minutes

It has been widely reported that a harmful algal bloom (HAB) has caused the death of millions of farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in southern...
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Farmed Atlantic salmon: globally successful, but salmon lice causes production decline 2 minutes

As a consumer product, very few types of seafood are able to compete on the same levels of supply and international demand as farmed Atlantic salmon...
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FAO: Farmed fish overtakes wild fish in global supply 2 minutes

Aquaculture continues to be of increasing importance in the global supply of seafood. In fact, 2014 was the first year in which the human consumption...
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  Nov 24, 2014

Opportunities within End-Use Relief 2 minutes

End-Use Relief T5 forms demonstrate that products eligible for reduced or zero rate of customs duty, including certain fish and seafood products (outlined in Getting to grips with End-Use Relief), have been processed and put to their prescribed end use within agreed time limits. Crucially, the documents also allow such goods to be transferred from one relief authorisation holder to another. (more…)

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  Nov 07, 2014

Getting to grips with End-Use Relief 2 minutes

Goods imported into the European Union (EU) are regulated by a number of measures aimed at placing member state businesses on an equal footing with companies elsewhere in the world. An important tool in this regard is End-Use Relief, which allows a reduced or zero rate of Customs duty on a small list of named goods to be used for prescribed purposes under Customs control and within a specified time period. (more…)

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