Marine Harvest is listing on the NYSE so it can tap U.S. capital markets in order to grow its global aquaculture business, says the company's CEO Alf-Helge Aarskog. Norway-based Marine Harvest, which already trades in Oslo, is the world's leading seafood company, controlling about 25% of the capacity to produce the highly popular Atlantic salmon. The global salmon market grew 15% last year due to increased demand from emerging markets, according to Aarskog, who is also seeking to grow the company's distribution system in the U.S.

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