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fishing industry

nindustria della pesca
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The other main objectives of organizing this exhibition are to understand the challenges for the local ornamental fish industry, upliftment of the industry to the international level and to gain foreign attraction for the industry.
It includes a fish industry area aimed at achieving the optimum utilization of fish resources through the establishment of a group of specialized fish manufacturing and canning facilities.
The speakers apprised the participants that as many as 158 million tons of fish are produced by natural processes and fish farming with more than 50 million people associated with fish industry.
WALES' pounds 8m fish industry has the potential to triple the value of its sales, it was claimed at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair at Llanelwedd.
The study, to be carried out by the Sea Fish Industry Authority, has been welcomed by the Scottish Fishermen's Federation.
The significance of the UK market for the Icelandic fish industry is considerable.
oThe Middle East Ornament fish Industry is valued at $11.
John Rutherford, Chief Executive at the Sea Fish Industry Authority, joined fishermen from the North East for a sea survival course, delivered by the Anglo Scottish Group Training Association.
The training school was launched as a national centre of excellence in sea food preparation earlier this year and is backed by the Tyne and Wear Learning & Skills Council, Newcastle and North Tyneside Colleges, as well as North Tyneside Council and the Sea Fish Industry Authority.
A RUGBY chip shop owner was celebrating today after winning an award from the Sea Fish Industry Authority.
This comprehensive, accessible and well-illustrated guide provides information which is vital to the performance and survival of companies working in the fish industry.
ITC organized a buyers-sellers meeting in Cape Town in October 1999 for the fish industry sector of southern Africa, generating US$ 1.