Norway: Cod efforts to continue

Lisbeth Berg-Hansen and the manager of cod farming company Skei Marinfisk AS, Knut Elling Bråthen, look at a fry tank during a tour of the National Cod Breeding Centre in Tromsø. Credit: Wilhelm Solheim © Nofima

The Norwegian minister of fisheries and coastal affairs, Lisbeth Berg-Hansen, has promised further public investment in cod breeding, but only if the industry gets involved.

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