Brazilian fish farmers complain about EU ban

Brazilian fish farmers complain about EU ban

Once hopeful about President Jair Bolsonaro’s administration and the promise of long-awaited changes in the aquaculture legislation, Brazilian producers are now increasingly impatient with the government’s failure to push for a reopening of the European market for Brazil’s farmed fish, after three years of a ban, reports Eduardo Campos Lima.

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