Belarus anchovies export quantities

In 2019 Belarus sold 821 tonnes of anchovies. Through 2019 alone, the interest in Belarus anchovies (fish category) has decreased, with a change of -21.735 pc compared to the year 2018. Between 2017 and 2019, anchovies' exports grew by 69.98 pc netting the country US$0.46m for the year 2019. Belarus' anchovies exports are classified as:

  • Prepared or preserved anchovies, whole or in pieces (excluding minced) (HS code 160416)
  • Anchovies "Engraulis spp.", salted or in brine only (excluding fillets and offal) (HS code 030563)
  • Fresh or chilled anchovies "Engraulis spp." (HS code 030242)
  • Frozen anchovies "Engraulis spp.", Indian mackerels "Rastrelliger spp.", seerfishes "Scomberomorus spp.", jacks, crevalles "Caranx spp.", silver pomfrets "Pampus spp.", Pacific saury "Cololabis saira", scads "Decapterus spp.", capelin "Mallotus villosus", Kawakawa "Euthynnus affinis", bonitos "Sarda spp.", marlins, sailfishes and spearfish "Istiophoridae" (HS code 030359)

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Belarus anchovies export values

In 2019, Belarus supplied anchovies costing 0.46m USD, a reduction of -64.72% from 2018's total anchovies export of 1.304m USD. The yearly reduction in value of Belarus anchovies between 2017 to 2018 was 184.096 pc.

The per year change in the amount of Belarus' anchovies exports between 2017 and 2019 was 69.98% in comparison to a variation of -21.735% in the period between 2018 and 2019.

Belarus' stake of the world's total anchovies' exports in 2019 was less than 1%. Belarus holds position 31 in world exports of anchovies.

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Export markets for Belarus anchovies ( in '000$ )

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Import/Export Trends

Belarus is a net exporter of anchovies. The annual growth of Belarus anchovies in value between 2015 to 2019 was 12%, per year, while annual growth in quantity was 3%, per annum.

Belarus brought in 4,213 tonnes of anchovies in 2019.