Icelandic catch down by half in January 2019 due to one species

The total volume of fish and shellfish landed by Iceland’s fishing fleet last month decreased by 57 percent, or more than 61,000 metric tons (MT) compared with January 2018 to 107,654 MT, according to preliminary figures compiled by the country’s Directorate of Fisheries ...

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