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Published on
May 29, 2019

The board of directors of Russia’s scientific institutes for fisheries has approved the country’s total allowable catch (TAC) for 2020 at just over three million metric tons (MT), nearly identical to the current year’s total

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Cliff White

Published on
May 17, 2019

Three Madagascar-based seafood companies exhibited at the world’s largest seafood expo, Seafood Expo Global, for the first time in 2019. Representatives of Manda S.A., Societie Matoe et Fils, and Ahmed Abdallah said they had a “very busy” time at the event, which took place in Brussels, Belgium from 7 to 9 May. The companies exhibited jointly

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Jason Holland

Published on
April 23, 2019

The northern prawn fishery, located off Australia’s northern coast – from Cape York in Queensland to Cape Londonderry in Western Australia, is showing signs of a good season

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April 16, 2019

Russian fishing firm Mag-Sea International announced it will establish a shipyard for the construction and repair of crab-fishing vessels in Primorski krai, a region in the Russian Far East

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Cliff White

Published on
April 11, 2019

Egypt’s aquaculture production has nearly tripled since 2005, reaching 1.4 million metric tons last year

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Cliff White

Published on
March 14, 2019

A new report from the Australian government has shown that the country’s fisheries and aquaculture production reached AUD 3.06 billion (USD 2.17 billion, EUR 1.91 billion) in 2016-2017

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Chris Loew

Published on
March 6, 2019

A recent report from Morocco has uncovered evidence of an octopus smuggling scheme stretching from Mauritania to Europe. On 29 January, in the town of Dakhla, Moroccan police arrested a truck driver and seized five metric tons (MT) of octopus

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Cliff White

Published on
February 22, 2019

Revenues fell 20 percent at Dover, Tasmania, Australia-based Huon Aquaculture Group from June through December 2018, and the company’s harvest tonnage fell

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Mark Godfrey

Published on
November 1, 2018

Tunisia is looking for Chinese investment in its fisheries sector, according to the country’s top fishery official, who is meeting with Chinese envoys this week in Tunis, the country’s capital

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Jason Holland

Published on
October 31, 2018
The first ever calculation of national footprints based on seafood consumption rather than production has been made by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) on behalf of the European Commission. The measurement is intended to provide policymakers with evidence to encourage international collaboration and promote policies to ensure long-term sustainability of all seafood production. Using new methodology to examine the impact of seafood supply chains… Read More