LATIN AMERICA: Fish processors seek diversification to target export markets
With exports to Japan on the wane, South American fish exporters, and especially those on the Pacific coast, are looking for alternative markets. Even Chile's formidable salmon exporters, with anticipated sales of over US$900m this year, are trying to expand the scope of exports so as to reduce their dependence on the Asian market. There are two main types of processed fish exporters along South America's Pacific rim: producers and distributors.
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