Tuna 2016

14th InfoFish World Tuna Trade Conference & Exhibition, Bangkok, Thailand, 2016.

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Sri Lanka fisheries ready for return

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SRI LANKA: With its ban on fisheries exports to the EU market lifted, the country anticipates it will start to reinstate crucial trade links from next month, writes Jason Holland.

The lifting of the red card given to Sri Lanka that had banned the export of the country’s fisheries products to the European Union for 15 months presents its seafood industry with the opportunity to quickly regain a big slice of its former EUR 100 million (USD 113.5 million) export market, according to fishing and political leaders.

Vietnamese Tuna Exports to China Up 253 per cent

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VIETNAM - Appearing in the top 10 largest tuna importers of Vietnam in the late 2015, China is regarded as a potential importing market of Vietnamese tuna. In the first 3 months of this year, Vietnam's tuna exports to this market experienced a 3-digit growth, while those to others posted a year-on year decrease.

Sustainable fishing product demand grows but still many gaps to boost

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There are still many fish stocks facing very high capture levels or that
are overexploited. (Photo: Pierre Gleizes/ Greenpeace)
WORLDWIDE: A new report published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) reveals that last year 23 million tonnes of sustainable certified fishing and aquaculture products were sold in the market, representing 14 per cent of world's production, compared to only 0.5 per cent almost a decade before.

Thailand requests technical aid from Anfaco to keep EU market

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The Thai delegation visited Anfaco-Cecopesca facilities. (Photo: Anfaco-Cecopesca)
SPAIN : A delegation from the Government of Thailand, headed by its Fisheries Director, Dr. Chumnarn Pongsri, and Ambassador of Thailand in Spain, Rattikul Chansuriya, yesterday visited ANFACO-CECOPESCA headquarters and its new Advanced Technology Research Centre for Marine and Food Industry (CYTMA).

ISSF and PNA agree to establish cooperation framework

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UNITED STATES : The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) and the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) establishing a framework for mutual cooperation.
The three-year MOU will establish a mechanism for working more closely together on shared activities to promote the sustainability of tuna fisheries, as well ecologically healthy and productive marine ecosystems, in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPO).

ASIAN-PACIFIC AQUACULTURE 2016 April 26-29, 2016

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The Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2016 event which took place from 26 - 29 April, 2016 at Grand City, Surabaya, Indonesia has attracted exhibitors from all over of the world.

INFOFISH booth were represented by Mr M. Hazmadi, Technical Advisory Officer and Dr Abdul Basir Kunhimohamad, Director of INFOFISH.


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