The EU seafood market is proving popular, with a 1.7% increase in total market supply to 14.4 million tonnes, according to the 2015 AIPCE-CEP Finfish Study.
An adequate autonomous tariff quota (ATQ) system is vital to ensure the competitiveness of the fish processing industry, says the EU Fish Processors and Traders (AIPCE-CEP).
This week AIPCE-CEP presented Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, with a copy of the latest Finfish Study.
The latest version of the AIPCE-CEP FinFish Study, highlighting the activity of the European processing industry and its reliance on imported raw materials, has been made public.
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