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Fisheries special economic zone in Thatta, Sindh, Pakistan by MAZHAR BUTT May 20, 2012   |  Source : Dawn  | Copyright : 2012 DAWN.COM

The decision of the government of the Sindh province of Pakistan to invite foreign investment for the development of a 20,000-acre Fisheries Special Economic Zone in Thatta is obviously in the interest of fisheries. But it is doubtful that the decision...

Shrimp exports to US from Costa Rica will resume by Jaime Lopez May 20, 2012   |  Source : Costa Rica Star

An official press release by the United States Embassy in Costa Rica indicates that shrimp caught in our country may once again be imported by the North American nation, following a certification that was reissued under Public Law 101-162, Section 609, 16...

Yanyuwa people in Australia welcome Indigenous Protected Area by Steven Schubert May 18, 2012   |  Source : ABC  | Copyright : 2012 ABC

The people of the Borroloola region in Australia are celebrating the announcement of an Indigenous Protected Area for some of their traditional land. The Federal Government has made protected 130,000 hectares of land in the decision. The Borroloola-...

Vietnam fishermen defy China ban May 17, 2012   |  Source : Radio Free Asia  | Copyright : 1998-2011 Radio Free Asia.

Vietnamese fishermen are moving to defy a Chinese ban on fishing in disputed waters in the South China Sea, according to a fisherman Wednesday, as Hanoi labeled Beijing’s decision as illegal. Le Lon, a fisherman from Vietnam’s Quang Ngai province w...

Insurance for Malaysia fishermen May 15, 2012   |  Source : New Strait Times  | Copyright : 2011 The New Straits Times

More than 2,000 fishermen in Kelantan are eligible for the fishermen insurance scheme, which provides protection with rewards of between RM50,000 and RM100,000. Malaysian Fisheries Development Authority director Wan Mohd Adnan Wan Ibrahim said the sche...

World's first vegetarian shark prefers heads of lettuce by Stephen Messenger May 15, 2012   |  Source : Treehugger  | Copyright : 2012 Discovery Communications, LLC

Sharks have garnered a well-deserved reputation as the ocean's most ferocious killers, capable of sniffing out a single drop of blood in the water from miles away -- but for one nurse shark at an aquatic center in the UK, the taste of meat seems to have l...

New research offers roadmap towards sustainable pole-and-line-caught tuna May 15, 2012   |  Source : PhysOrg  | Copyright : Phys.Org™ 2003-2012

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China imposes fishing ban in South China Sea May 14, 2012   |  Source : The Philippine Star  | Copyright : 2011. Philstar

China is set to enforce a fishing ban in large swaths of the South China Sea for two-and-a-half months starting this Wednesday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported yesterday. A Chinese fisheries official said the ban would cover Panatag (Scarborou...

First farmed bluefin tuna fingerling farm ever to be built in Spain by Analia Murias May 14, 2012   |  Source : FIS  | Copyright : 1995 - 2012 Fish Info & Services Co.Ltd

The South Atlantic coastal aquaculture sector in Andalusia (Huelva-Cadiz) is addressing the launch of the first farm in the world dedicated specifically to the production of juvenile bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). This was expressed by the president of t...

Philippines to ignore China fishing ban May 14, 2012   |  Source : ABS-CBNnews.com  | Copyright : 2012 ABS-CBN Interactive

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Monday said the Philippine government will not recognize the fishing ban that China will impose over the South China Sea for two and a half months. DFA Secretary Albert del Rosario explained the Philippines wi...

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