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Senegalese shrimp imports are expected to reach approximately 107,000 kilograms by 2026, up from 81,500 kilograms in 2021. This marks an average increase of 4.6% year-on-year since 2001. In 2021, Senegal was the 93rd biggest importer of shrimp, with Saint Kitts and Nevis overtaking it with 81,500 kilograms. China, Spain and Japan were the second, third and fourth biggest importers respectively. Meanwhile, Senegalese shrimp exports are forecast to decrease by 0.5% year-on-year CAGR to reach approximately 3.8 million kilograms by 2026. Since 2001, the country's shrimp supply has risen 4.2% year-on-year. In 2021, Senegal was the 34th biggest exporter of shrimp, with Morocco taking the lead with 3.8 million kilograms. Ecuador, Argentina and Indonesia were the second, third and fourth biggest exporters respectively.
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