Greece stays upbeat on bass and bream

Greece’s farmed sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) and sea bream (Sparus aurata) producers remain confident there won’t be a repeat of the 2007 industry collapse anytime soon despite a disastrous 2013 for some of the country’s biggest players.

In Nireus’ recent financial statement, Aristides Belles, chairman and managing director, said, “2013 was the worst year in the history” of the group.

It certainly wasn’t alone in its misery, with rival producer Selonda confirming its losses gr…

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