Fisheries Products: South Korea’s Exports Hit Fresh High In 2022 First Half

South Korea’s exports of fisheries products hit a fresh high in the first half of this year, thanks to strong demand in Asia and the Middle East.

According to the Korea Agro-Fisheries and Food Trade Corporation, or A-T, outbound shipments of fisheries goods from January to June rose to over 1-point-7 billion U.S. dollars.

To achieve a record high for the year as a whole, A-T says it will ramp up marketing efforts in markets such as China, Japan and Southeast Asia, where demand for Korean seafood is particularly high.

It also plans to inject around 1 million dollars to help boost exports of eight key products, such as dried seaweed and abalone.

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