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14 March 2017
First sales in Europe – overall in 2016, the revenues of EU fisheries were higher, albeit with lower volumes of fish landed. In 2016, the top species were: Norway lobster, sole, herring, mackerel, monk, scallop, hake and cod.
 
7 March 2017 -
7 March 2017
The European Commission, the United States, the National Aquarium of Denmark and NGO Plastic Change behind mobile exhibition touring Europe.
 
6 March 2017 -
6 March 2017
During the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) meeting in Madrid from 20 to 22 February, agreement was reached among ICCAT Contracting Parties on the allocation of fishing quotas for Mediterranean Swordfish as part of an agreement under the recovery plan for this species put forward by the European Commission and adopted by ICCAT last year.
 
5 - 6 October 2017
 
6 March 2017 -
6 March 2017
Today, Commissioner for Environment, Fisheries and Maritime Affairs Karmenu Vella presented to Ministers at the AGRIFISH Council the Adriatic Sea multi-annual plan for small pelagic fisheries, namely for anchovy and sardines.
 
6 March 2017 -
6 March 2017
The Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC) invites applications for the position of Assistant Scientist.
 
2 March 2017 -
2 March 2017
European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, and Administrator Hong Wang of the Chinese State Oceanic Administration took part in the third EU-China High Level Dialogue on Ocean Affairs today.
 
2 March 2017
First sales in Europe and focus on Italy – squid and deep-water rose shrimp| Fisheries in Malta: most of bluefin tuna is imported life from other EU member States, and kept for fattening before being exported. | Algae in the EU market: the demand for edible algae is increasing in the EU, where new market stream and new production models are emerging.| Consumption: fresh monk| Fish and seafood prices increased slightly (+0,5%) compared with the previous month.
 

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