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New World Currents satisfied with its results and perspectives

CHILE | Saturday, February 18, 2017
The results obtained by New World Currents were highly satisfactory, according to its executive director, Eduardo Goycoolea.


A certain group seeks to take advantage of an environmental incident,
Viet Nam | 02:50 | Vasep General Secretary, Truong Dinh Hoe, said that after a Spanish television station had broadcast video footage of false information about the national fishing industry, a group of people used this to spread propaganda against Vietnamese pangasius. Full Story
Fluorescent polymer detects mercury contamination in fish
Spain | 01:50 | Researchers at the University of Burgos have manufactured a fluorescent polymer, called JG25, capable of detecting the presence of mercury, in both organic and inorganic form, in fish. Full Story
Fishing activity would grow to 40pc in 2017
Peru | 00:40 | The president of the National Fisheries Society said that her sector would grow up to 40 per cent, driven by the increased catch of anchovy, in line with the estimates of the Central Reserve Bank. Full Story
World Leading Aquaculture Technology Delivers Sustainable Premium Products
The flesh of the Giant Grouper is white and flakes beautifully and the skin is wonderfully elastic, it’s no wonder Australians are excited by the emergence of this spectacular and sustainable product from Tropical Finfish.
Inspiration Through Innovation
Bonamar Corporation, a leading U.S. seafood company, has partnered with Gateway America to innovate food safety by launching the first nationally marketed line of Extended Safety crab meat products to the food industry.
New Salmon Deheader launched at Salmon ShowHow
Expected to be released for sale in Q4 2017, the new Marel salmon deheader is designed to improve quality, yield, and throughput in this stage of salmon processing.
Alaska Halibut Fishery Achieves Continued Alaska RFM Certification
ASMI has announced that the Alaska halibut fishery has been awarded continued certification to the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management Certification Program.
First investment fund in sustainable fisheries launched
United States Investment funds Zoma Capital and Encourage Capital announced the launch of the first-ever sustainable seafood investment holding company, called Pescador Holdings.
High levels of pollutants found in the deepest parts of the ocean
Worldwide “Extraordinary” high levels of toxic pollution have been discovered in the most remote and inaccessible place on the planet – the 10km deep Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean.
Government proposes plan to resolve fishermen's strike
Iceland The Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture met with negotiating committees of Icelandic fishermen and representatives of fisheries after a full day of negotiations.
Basque shipyard to build two factory ships for Greenland
Spain Astilleros Murueta will soon begin the construction of two high-tech freezer factory ships for Greenlander shipowner Royal Greenland.