Brussels urged to safeguard EU tuna

Researchers have tagged young bluefin tuna to learn annual migration patterns and vertical habitat use

Europe’s association of fish processers and traders is calling on the EC to back the industry in a free trade agreement with Thailand

Ahead of the third round of talks, scheduled for June in Brussels, AIPCE-CEP is urging the Commission to consider the concerns of the industry, and in particular exclude some tuna products from any deal in order to safeguard European production.

Thailand produces more than a fifth of the world’s tuna.

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