Iceland increases fisheries and export earnings

Icelandic cod

Fleet earned ISK 141 billion from its overseas cod sales, new figures confirm 

A total 1,414,598 tonnes of fisheries products were caught by Iceland’s fishing fleet in 2022, representing an increase of 23% on the previous year, new industry figures from Statistics Iceland confirm. These landings generated a first-sales value total of ISK 195 billion, up 20% or almost ISK 33 billion.

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