Distant water violations are increasing, damaging country’s image, says China official

The number of violations by China’s distant water fleet is growing and is damaging the country’s reputation – that’s the view of a senior official who nonetheless wants to see the country get more value from its fleet by modernizing vessels and expanding its footprint in the Arctic as well as in West Africa ...

Image of Qingdao, the largest city of Shandong Province, courtesy of Miyawaki kyoto via the Creative Commons

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