Huang, Y., 2020. International trade development and supply chain optimization of marine resources. In: Al-Tarawneh, O. and Megahed, A. (eds.), Recent Developments of Port, Marine, and Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 110, pp. 183–187. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

This paper attempts to study the international trade development and the supply chains optimization of marine resources. To this end, it first describes the characteristics of the supply chain and the structure of China's marine resources supply chain, and then analyzes the current status of China's marine resources production and international trade. Finally, the realistic dilemma of international trade and supply chain management of China's marine resources industry were summarized, and optimization solutions were given. The study found that the supply chain has three characteristics of network structure, consumers-drive, and value-added chain, and the current industrial supply chain is not conducive to industrial development; China's marine resource output has increased year by year, of which the output of marine aquaculture has increased year by year, while that of marine fishing output showed a downward trend; China's exporting countries and regions of marine resource are mainly Japan, the United States, ASEAN, the European Union, Taiwan Province, South Korea, and Hong Kong, and the importing ones are mainly Russia, the United States, Peru, ASEAN, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Canada; there are certain problems in the development of international trade and optimization of the industrial chain, which can be optimized by building a new type of marine resource industrial supply chain and strengthening government support. The research findings play a significant role in promoting the development of China's international trade and optimization of the industrial chain for the marine resources.

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