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韓国魚類養殖業における問題点


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Title: 韓国魚類養殖業における問題点
Other Titles: Problems in the Fish Mariculture in Korea / 日韓両国における養殖漁業の比較研究―5 / A Comparative Study on Japanese and Korean Aquaculture-5
Authors: 朴, 九秉 / 八木, 庸夫
Authors (alternative): Park, Koo-Byong / Yagi, Tsuneo
Issue Date: Feb-1993
Publisher: 長崎大学水産学部
Citation: 長崎大学水産学部研究報告, v.73, pp.25-26; 1993
Abstract: Since around the mid-1960s, aquaculture in Korea has been developed drastically. However, the main aquaculture has been shellfish and seaweeds, and the production of fish farming had been negligible. It was not until the beginning of the 1980s that the fish farming in Korea began developing. Since then, most of the consumers preferred to the high-valued raw fish according to the rapid increase of income. The change of the patterns of fish consumption motivated a rapid development of the fish mariculture. Now, the fish mariculture is popular with a large market demand. The main fishes produced by the fish mariculture are red sea bream, rock fish, yellowtail, Japanese flounder, and sea bass. Among them, the yellowtail is a major part of the fish mariculture. Recently, the fish mariculture has confronted with some difficulties such as a sudden rise of wages and the cost of feeds, and the sharp drop in the price of the fish occurred by the imported live fish. Especially, the red sea bream imported from Japan weakened greatly the Korean fish mariculture. As a conclusion, the outlook of Korean fish mariculture is not so bright.
Keywords: 活魚需要 / demand for live fish / 賃金上昇 / rise of wages / 餌料価格上昇 / rise of feeds prise / 輸入活魚増加 / increase of imported live fish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29846
ISSN: 05471427
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:第73号

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29846

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