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Brussels warns Vietnam with 'yellow card'

EUROPEAN UNION | Monday, October 23, 2017
The European Commission (EC) is continuing its fight against illegal, unreported and unreg...


Galicia and Cape Verde strengthen collaboration on fisheries
Spain | 01:40 | Authorities from Galicia and Cape Verde met to analyze the progress of the collaboration that the Xunta maintains with the Cape Verdean Government in terms of management and marketing and fisheries infrastructures. Full Story
Live cam could show real Atlantic cod status
United States | 00:20 | New England’s fishermen hope a new video monitoring technique will prove there are more Atlantic cod specimens than federal surveyors believe. Full Story
Marine Harvest loses 125,000 salmon in Scotland due to disease outbrea
United Kingdom | 00:10 | A disease outbreak at two fish farms belonging to Marine Harvest on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, has caused the death of about 125,000 salmon. Full Story
The 17th Salmon ShowHow – Engage your Senses
Marel will host the 17th Salmon ShowHow at Progress Point in Copenhagen, 7 February 2018, where processors can engage all their senses in a full exploration of salmon processing equipment and software.
Thai Union “Highly Commended” for Sustainability Efforts at Ethical Corporation Awards
Thai Union Group PCL was recognized for its efforts in sustainability at the Ethical Corporation’s Eighth Annual Responsible Business Awards ceremony held at the Waldorf Hilton in London.
20 Years on Over 400 fisheries Engaged with the MSC
MSC celebrates its 20th anniversary with a special edition Annual Report describing two decades of driving change on the water and plans for the future.
Sixty South Salmon Receives “Good Alternative” Rating from Seafood Watch
Sixty South®, the first and only premium salmon raised in the rare and icy cold waters of the Antarctic, has been recognized as “Good Alternative” by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® program.
South Pacific RFMO highlights improved horse mackerel biomass
Chile The Undersecretariat of Fisheries and Aquaculture described the announcement of the South Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Organisation on the horse mackerel status as good news.
Haddock quality improves with live storage
Norway Nofima researchers have concluded that if the haddock is caught alive and kept in tanks up to slaughter, high quality products may be produced with all the capture.
WTO panel rules against South Korean ban on Japanese seafood imports
Switzerland South Korea is considering appealing the World Trade Organization panel ruling in favour of Japan over its import restrictions on Japanese seafood after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Over 400 fisheries participate now in MSC program
United Kingdom The Marine Stewardship Council is celebrating its 20th anniversary by releasing a special edition of its Annual Report, showing that more than 400 fisheries, landing 14 per cent of global marine catch by volume, are now engaged in its program.