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Government sets aside funds for fishing and aquaculture

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DENMARK: The environment and food minister Eva Kjer Hansen has announced that the government will set aside 24 million kroner for projects aimed at generating growth and knowledge in the fishing and aquaculture sector.

 

The funds are expected to help the sector gain a foothold in markets around the world, while developing new technology for the use of dam building.

“We have an innovative aquaculture sector in Denmark and Danish fish is known for its quality at home and abroad,” said Hansen. “But if the sector is to grow and create jobs, it’s important for us to continue to develop.”

“We must lead the way, in terms of new techniques and technology in aquaculture, but also in the search for new global markets for Danish fish.”

Source: Online Post

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