SHIPS: Illegal shrimp fishing linked to a rise in illegal seafood importation in China’s Sichuan province article The Sichu province has been hit by an unprecedented surge in seafood importations over the past year, with officials reporting the surge in shrimp imports has doubled since the beginning of this year.
According to China National Fisheries Administration, a total of 12.4 million tons of shrimp were imported in 2016.
Of these, 13.2 million tons were from China, and 4.2 percent was from South Korea.
In addition, China has been the major source of illegal shrimp imports.
The total import of illegal seafood in the country has tripled since 2016, reaching a high of 1.1 million tons in January of this years.
According to official statistics, the total number of illegal fish in China is estimated at more than 50 million tons.
According a recent report by The China Daily, China is the world’s largest importer of illegal fishery products, with the country exporting nearly a third of its seafood to the U.S. alone.
In 2017 alone, China accounted for nearly 50 percent of illegal imports in the U, and the U is the second-largest source of the seafood imported to China, following the U!
As a result of this trend, there is a huge demand for illegal seafood to be caught in China, with many Chinese citizens looking for a way to get their hands on these illegal products.
According the Global Times, illegal shrimp farming has also become a major issue in the Sichus territory, where there are now more than 4 million shrimp farms in the province.
The Global Times reported that many of these illegal shrimp farms are located near the coast of Sichua, a region known for its strong seafood exports.
The newspaper also reported that some shrimp farmers are turning to the illegal market to catch fish that has not yet been processed by the local fisheries agency.
The report also stated that these shrimp farms have been growing to be more than 600,000 hectares in size.
In 2016, the Chinese government announced that shrimp farms should not be allowed to grow beyond 200,000 ha.
However, this decision has only affected those shrimp farms located in Sichun, and not those that were located in other areas of the province such as Yunnan, Fujian and Guangdong.
However, the Sino-Sihanese border is still the most popular source of seafood for Chinese seafood buyers, according to a study by the China Agricultural Research Institute.
According an industry source, the number of shrimp imported to the Sihan area is estimated to be at least 6 million tons, and as the amount of illegal production increases, the potential for an increased demand is increasing.
According another industry source that has seen an increase in shrimp prices in recent years, the cost of shrimp is now around 7,000 yuan (approximately $8.60) per kilogram, which is 10 times higher than in 2016 when prices were around 3,500 yuan.
The Sichuns seafood industry is one of the largest in the world, and is one that has been growing for decades.
The Shanghai-based Chinese Association of Seafood and Fisheries (CASF) has maintained an active presence in Sihans seafood industry, with over 10,000 registered seafood processors and about 20,000 employees, according the Global News report.
CASF, which has been in existence since 1983, is an association of fishermen and fishers that promotes and organizes the export of fish and seafood products to China.