Aquaculture Industry | Forecasts to Worth $63.5 billion in 2017


World demand to rise 7.4% annually through 2017

World demand for aquaculture supplies and equipment is forecast to advance 7.4 percent per year to $63.5 billion in 2017. Rising feed costs will drive advances as fishmeal and fish oil prices continue to grow rapidly, and the ongoing transition from extensive and semi-extensive to intensive aquaculture production supports greater feed demand. However, higher fish product prices -- due in large part to increasing feed costs -- will result in slower growth in global per capita fish consumption, and bring advances in world aquaculture demand to more sustainable levels. The corresponding moderation in world aquaculture output will be particularly significant in China, which is forecast to grow at a slower pace than not only the rest of the Asia/Pacific region, but also South America and the Africa/Mideast region.

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Table of Contents
I. Executive Summary
II. Market Environment
III. Aquaculture Industry Overview
IV. Aquaculture Supplies & Equipment
V. Asia/Pacific
VI. Other Regions
VII. Industry Structure

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