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Indonesia's Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) says the country accounts for 15% of the world's marine fish production, with bonito and mackerel production set to rise to become the world's largest producer.
Indonesia's tuna production growth is even higher than the world average, said the director general of marketing at the Directorate General of Fisheries and Seafood Competition. Indonesia's average production growth of 3.66% is higher than the world's average growth rate of 3.42%.
The Philippines is the second largest producer with a 7.3% production share, followed by Vietnam at 6.6% and Ecuador at 6.1%. The largest tuna producers in Indonesia are skipjack tuna and yellowfin tuna.
However, despite being the largest tuna producer, Indonesia has yet to become the world's largest tuna exporter. According to the World Trade Center (ITC), Indonesia is the 6th largest tuna exporter in the world in 2020, with a market share of 5.33%.
Thailand is the world's top tuna exporter with a market share of 17.73%, followed by China at 8.45%, Spain at 8.2% and Ecuador at 7.98%.
Between January 2021 and December 2021, at least 28.8% of Indonesian tuna, bonito and mackerel will be exported to the EU, 24.7% to ASEAN countries, 17.9% to Japan, 8.7% to the US and 21.6% to other countries. He said that the low share of Indonesian tuna in the world market is due to its competitiveness in terms of products, prices and services.
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