Sustainability key to Chilean fisheries

Mussel cultivation in Chile

Chile’s Vice Minister of Fishing, Pablo Galilea, has announced that Chile has plans to maintain its position as a world power in fisheries and aquaculture, and believes that his country’s new fisheries law is just the tool to help Chile achieve this goal, reports Carly Wills.

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