Mediakit 2017

ASEAN could generate 24pc of global fish production in 2030

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WORLDWIDE: Fisheries production in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries could account for 24 per cent of world production by 2030, according to a new report by the non-governmental organization WorldFish.

The research, titled Fish to 2050 in the ASEAN Region says that policies to promote sustainable aquaculture expansion and law enforcement in fisheries management are critical to ensure sustainable growth in both sectors.

For ASEAN countries, fish is a hugely important source of nutrition, also providing income, opening up employment opportunities and alleviating poverty.

MAJOR SHIFT IN GLOBAL SEAFOOD

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA: There is a major shift taking place in the global flow of seafood said INFOFISH acting director Ms Shirlene Maria Anthonysamy. 

Ms Anthonysamy was speaking at the official launching of the payment system and website link for the upcoming Inaugural Seafood and Technology Exposition and Sixth Pacific Tuna Forum in Port Moresby on 15th February 2017.

Tilapia cage farming encouraged, with support of Taiwan

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HONDURAS : With the installation of four floating cages, the training of more than 100 people and the organization of fishermen's cooperatives, the Government of Honduras seeks to increase the production of tilapia and improve the income of the fishermen of the Gulf of Fonseca.

Govt. opens tender to boost aquaculture

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QATAR: In order to stimulate private sector participation in economic development projects, the Qatar Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) Technical Committee promotes the execution of three fish farming and one aquaculture projects through a public tender process.

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