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6 October 2016 -
6 October 2016
The European Commission has proposed fishing opportunities for deep-sea fish stocks in the EU and international waters in the North-East Atlantic for 2017-2018.
 
29 September 2016
What seafood did the EU produce and consume over the last year? What are the main trends of the fish market today? The answers to these and many more questions are in the 2016 edition of “The EU Fish Market”, now online.
 
29 September 2016
What seafood did the EU produce and consume over the last year? What are the main trends of the fish market today? The answers to these and many more questions are in the 2016 edition of “The EU Fish Market”, now online.
 
27 September 2016 -
27 September 2016
A meeting of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) in Rome drew to a successful close on 23 September. This meeting was devoted to the implementation of the medium-term strategy for the sustainability of Mediterranean and Black Sea fisheries: the assembly agreed on timeframe and prioritisation of actions, funding and quantifiable goals.
 
27 September 2016 -
27 September 2016
The European Commission's yearly proposal for the 2017 fishing opportunities has now been supplemented with figures for the Baltic Sea cod stocks, an item that did not feature in previous versions of this year's Commission's proposals.
 
26 September 2016 -
26 September 2016
The 38th annual meeting of the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organisation (NAFO) took place from 19 to 23 September 2016 in Varadero, Cuba. NAFO Contracting Parties decided on total allowable catches (TACs) for a number of stocks. Under the leadership of the EU and Canada, NAFO also set the course for improved fisheries management in the high seas.
 
23 September 2016 -
23 September 2016
Fish farmed in the European Union is among the best in the world: a tasty, high-quality dish produced according to the world's strictest health and environmental standards. European aquaculture is also a sector with vast growth potential: today, 57% of the farmed fish consumed in the EU is imported.
 
23 September 2016 -
23 September 2016
The European Commission has adopted an action plan setting out how Croatia can overcome identified shortcomings in its fisheries control system, following an inquiry into irregularities last year. The measures were agreed together with the Croatian authorities and are already being implemented.
 

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