ATQs put EU producers at a disadvantage

Fish from non-sustainable sources may soon benefit from tariff exemptions

More than 800,000 tonnes of imported fish will annually benefit from tariff exemptions even if the originating country has been shown to be involved in illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing if Council of the EU plans go ahead, says the fishing sector.

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