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Eel farming in Japan © Vicki Crook and Hiromi Shiraishi / TRAFFIC EXAMPLE LINK FOR CUT OFF

TRAFFIC的研究揭露變幻萬千的鰻魚貿易

Eel farming in Japan © Vicki Crook and Hiromi Shiraishi / TRAFFIC EXAMPLE LINK FOR CUT OFF

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Published 13th July 2015

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TRAFFIC的研究揭露變幻萬千的鰻魚貿易

2015年7月13日,日本東京—TRAFFIC一份研究報告顯示,東亞地區鰻魚的生產與消費模式持續變化,出現了新的市場與貿易路徑,意味著需要更緊密的區域與國際合作以達成鰻魚的保育與管理。

Eel Market Dynamics: Anguilla production, trade and consumption in East Asia

Report author(s):
Hiromi Shiraishi, Vicki Crook

Publication date:
July 2015


Notes:

[1] Data sources used include Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) global production and trade figures, the 2014 “Joint Statement” in which mainland China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan agreed to restrict wild-caught eel fry input into farms, Unagi net, UN Comtrade, East Asian Customs, and the CITES trade database, in addition to literature and internet research, stakeholder interviews, and targeted online and physical market surveys.


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TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature. More information at www.traffic.org