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Global change could affect hake fisheries in Tierra del Fuego

ARGENTINA | Friday, January 18, 2019
A scientific study suggests snoek (Thyrsites atun) can recolonize the marine area of the B...

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Jack mackerel and mackerel catch limits set for 2019
Peru | 21:30 | The Ministry of Production (PRODUCE) established the fishing limits for jack mackerel and ... Full Story
In search of greater power within the tuna market
Ecuador | 20:30 | After two decades of hard work to head the rankings of catches (first in the region) and t... Full Story
Lobster processor to close its plant in Connecticut
United States | 02:50 | Garbo Lobster, a company that has been operating for more than three decades in southeastern Connecticut and which supplies lobsters around the world, will close its Groton headquarters. Full Story
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Galician fleet prepares to start squid fishing in Falklands
Spain The Galician fleet that works in Falkland waters is already preparing to leave for the South Atlantic fishing ground, before the next opening of Loligo squid fishery.
Shrimp fishing and sale prohibited for two months
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Proposal to regulate tuna and bonito fishing
Panama A draft bill that has been submitted for the consideration of the National Assembly seeks to protect tuna and bonito resources by regulating the use of purse seines.
Staff shortage drives local company to process crabs in Vietnam
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