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SPAIN | Monday, December 22, 2014
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SUBPESCA intending to relocate mussel and algae concessions
Chile | 22:20 | The Undersecretariat of Fisheries and Aquaculture of Chile (SUBPESCA) is working on a bill... Full Story
New TLC favours entry of Vietnamese seafood products
South Korea | 03:40 | After a summit in Busan with Vietnamese Prime Minister and South Korea’s President, both countries virtually concluded free trade negotiations. Full Story
Shrimp leads non-oil exports for the first time
Ecuador | 02:30 | Between January and October this year, Ecuador exported shrimp for USD 2.17 billion, an amount that placed this product for the first time, ahead of bananas, generating USD 2.15 billion in sales. Full Story
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Arctic warming poses new challenges to fishing
United States Arctic warming is deeply affecting the top of the planet and some of the biggest changes represent a challenge for fisheries in the north.
Better prospects for Thai shrimp in 2015
Thailand The Thai Shrimp Association forecasts total domestic production of shrimp expanding to 250,000-300,000 tonnes in 2015, after this year's output fell by 8 per cent to only 230,000 tonnes due to the outbreak of EMS.
EUR 800,000 granted to fleet operating in Mauritania
Spain The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment will grant an aid to shipowners of Spanish fishing vessels affected by the suspension of the agreement between the EU and Mauritania.
Lower lobster capture would mean returning to 'typical years'
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