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Eduardo Boiero is the president of CAPeCA, the chamber that brings together most of the historical pole boats that developed the fishery. In this interview he talks about the shrimp quota, not only as...
Commercial fishing through auctions Ukraine
The beginning of 2023 was marked for the fishing industry by significant changes in the processing of permits for commercial fishing.
"One of the main goals of the implementation of the experi...
Cocaine in a tuna can container headed for the UK Ecuador
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