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Antigua is set to import 103,870 kilograms of shrimp by 2026. This is a 0.6% drop from 2021's level of 107,440 kilograms. Since 2005, demand for shrimp in Antigua has grown by 0.8% each year. In 2021, Antigua came in 87th place in the world rankings for shrimp imports. Bermuda overtook the country with 107,440 kilograms. China, Spain, and Japan came in second, third, and fourth place respectively.
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