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After the European Commission had warned three countries - Curaçao, Ghana and Korea - that they were not doing enough to fight illegal fishing in November 2013, it will now grant each country an extra six months to improve the situation. The Commission will review their progress made at the end of this period.

Fisheries facts

The brochure "Facts and figures on the CFP" pdf - 9 MB [9 MB] describes the fisheries and aquaculture sector in figures. It is based mainly on data complied by Eurostat, the European Union Statistics Office, but also on figures collected by the European Commission and the FAO. It reviews the latest developments in the fisheries sector in the 27 EU countries and in the candidate countries. All sectors are covered: catches, aquaculture, trade, Community aid, processing and all the related socio-economic indicators, such as employment, fleet and consumption.

The European Atlas of the Seas offers a diverse range of information about Europe's seas including:

  • Natura 2000 protected maritime sites
  • fishing quotas per species and per zone
  • European fishing fleet

It's available in English, German and French.

The European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture products (EUMOFA) is an on-line multilingual database which aims at enhancing market intelligence and transparency in the EU fisheries and aquaculture market. It provides access to real-time comprehensive data on price, value and volume of production across the European Union as well as market information and analysis.