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nndb they survived hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill but Louisiana struggling trooper here low prices and president Obama's Pacific trade deal may put a lot of dnmt David Lauter with Reuters here thirteen Blanchard people , Hillary was hard hit by the oil spill and it's just now starting to recover the shrimp are really coming back in big numbers but there's a huge problem , prices are far lower than they have been in recent years the reason Asian countries like Vietnam and Malaysia are flooding the US market with cheap shrimp raid the farm pond often with antibiotics that are banned in the United States , Gulf shrimpers many with their own roots in Asia here Obama's transpacific partnership will make it even harder to stop the rising tide of imports nnat invite him Cambodian American with a family to support says with shrimp frightened when only seventy five cents a pound , barely afford fuel for his boat annnnd , there , nope shrimpers are clinging to less than ten percent of the American market lawmakers in the region are seeking tougher import ruled but with Asian output only growing culture of birth kill faith and you were you