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28/04/2017
A new Protocol to the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement between the EU and Mauritius

A new Protocol to the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Mauritius has been signed in Port-Louis on 26 April, It sets the conditions to allow EU tuna fishing vessels to fish in Mauritius waters for a period of 4 years, in a transparent and regulated environment.

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28/04/2017
Communication is the key to integrate consumer expectations into the supply chain

At the opening day of the Seafood Expo in Brussels (25-27 April) – the world 's largest seafood industry event – the European Commission hosted a debate on how to integrate consumer habits, demands and expectations into the supply chain and policy-making.

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25/04/2017
Respect of fishing rules has improved in the past years, but more needs to be done to achieve full compliance, reveals a Commission evaluation on the fisheries control regime

The European Commission has published its evaluation of the fisheries control regulation.

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24/04/2017
EUMOFA Monthly Highlights n°3/2017

First sales in Europe and focus on pollack and ray ( indifferent Member States).| Fisheries in Senegal: Senegalese exports of fishery and aquaculture products to the EU consists mainly of shrimp, octopus, tuna, and cuttlefish. Spain, Italy, and France are the main destinations for Senegalese seafood products.

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