Aquaculture
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Scotland Fisheries Minister Oppose EU Curbs on Whitefish Catch
November 19, 2003 Scotland Fisheries Minister Oppose EU Curbs on Whitefish Catch   Ross Finnie, Scotland's fisheries minister, on Monday vowed to oppose catching curbs being imposed on Scotland's whitefish fleet next year. The minister also ...
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
35% Increase in Pakistan's Fish Exports in July-October
November 18, 2003 35% Increase in Pakistan's Fish Exports in July-October The 35% rise in Pakistan's fish and preparations exports during July-October 2003 followed by a 28% increase in October 2003 shows the confidence of foreign buyers in ...
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Vast Over-Reporting By China Masks Decreasing Global Catch Trend
November 18, 2003 Vast Over-Reporting By China Masks Decreasing Global Catch Trend   Contrary to the statistics published by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), which indicate that the global fisheries catch ...
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Philippines Farmers Call for Halt to Falling White Shrimp Prices
November 18, 2003 Philippines Farmers Call for Halt to Falling White Shrimp Prices Shrimp farmers have called for the Philippines government to help stop the declining price of white shrimp or face a rally at Government House. Pinyo Kiatpin ...
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
US Trade Action May Fuel Shrimp Imports Tariff
November 18, 2003 US Trade Action May Fuel Shrimp Imports Tariff   U.S. shrimp-industry leaders met with attorneys to place finishing touches on plans for trade actions against foreign shrimp producers last week. Meanwhile, global news disp ...
Monday, November 17, 2003
Philippines To Grant Monetary Incentives To Push Its Growing Tilapia Industry
November 17, 2003 Philippines To Grant Monetary Incentives To Push Its Growing Tilapia Industry The Philippines' government will study the possibility of granting fiscal and non-fiscal incentives to the tilapia growing industry to enable th ...
Monday, November 17, 2003
Hurdles to Overcome for China's Exports of Aquatic Products
November 17, 2003 Hurdles to Overcome for China's Exports of Aquatic Products An eFeedLink Exclusive Report China is the leading nation in the raising and exports of aquatic products. However, export only constitutes a small proportion of t ...
Friday, November 14, 2003
Taiwan To Suspend Eel Exports To Japan Due To Contamination
November 14, 2003 Taiwan To Suspend Eel Exports To Japan Due To Contamination   A recent antibiotic contamination of Taiwanese eels exported to Japan prompted the Council of Agriculture to announce on November 12 the suspension of eel expor ...
Friday, November 14, 2003
India Rejects US Allegation of Dumping Low-Cost Seafood
November 14, 2003 India Rejects US Allegation of Dumping Low-Cost Seafood   Today, India's shrimp traders rejected allegations by American shrimpers that the Indians have been dumping low-cost seafood, but acknowledged that exports have plu ...
Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Marine Farmers in New Zealand Sought Foreign Markets
November 12, 2003 Marine Farmers in New Zealand Sought Foreign Markets   Marine farmers at the top of the South Island in New Zealand are frustrated by the aquaculture moratorium, law reforms and the fisheries permit process, are looking ov ...
Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Banned Disease-Prone Shrimp Species Smuggled Into Philippines
November 12, 2003 Banned Disease-Prone Shrimp Species Smuggled Into Philippines   A banned shrimp species continues to be smuggled into the country. Ironically, the prohibited crustacean, Litopenaeus vannamei, has the potential of reviving ...
Monday, November 10, 2003
Philippines Targets 30% Share of US, Europe Milkfish Market
November 10,2003 Philippines Targets 30% Share of US, Europe Milkfish Market The Philippines' local milkfish or bangus industry is taking steps to snag a 30% share of the lucrative milkfish market in the United States and Europe. The recent ...
Monday, November 10, 2003
Pakistan's Fish Industry To Rise To WTO Standards
November 10,2003 Pakistan's Fish Industry To Rise To WTO Standards Pakistan's fish industry must raise standards to compete in the global market in line with World Trade Organisation (WTO) standards, Dr Naeem Khan, dean of wild life and fis ...
Friday, November 7, 2003
Taiwan's Kaohsiung To Conduct Better Inspection on Tainted Seafood
November 7, 2003 Taiwan's Kaohsiung To Conduct Better Inspection on Tainted Seafood Taiwan's Kaohsiung County commissioner yesterday promised to go to extraordinary lengths to protect consumers from food tainted with antibiotics. Prices of ...
Friday, November 7, 2003
Spanish Seafood Poisoned By Oil Spill
November 7, 2003 Spanish Seafood Poisoned By Oil Spill   Pollution from the oil tanker Prestige, which sank a year ago in Spain, may make fish dangerous for 10 years, WWF warns.    Pollution from the Prestige oil tanker spill is far worse a ...

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