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Charoen Pokphand positive about shrimp

Aug 9, 2004 — CP to double shrimp production in 2005

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New AIMS director to shape institute into enterprise

Aug 4, 2004 — Pointer to lead Australia’s premier marine research agency to develop collaborations and commercial relationships

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Nutreco Aquaculture results down by more than half; optimistic for remainder of year

Aug 4, 2004 — Nutreco Aquaculture’s first half operating result was EUR 4.0 million, a decrease of EUR 5.6 million compared with the first-half 2003 figure

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World Shrimp Markets 2004

Jul 30, 2004 — Conference in Spain to examine the impact of supply and demand on the European shrimp market

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U.S. whacks heavy taxes on shrimp from Brazil, Ecuador, India and Thailand; Shrimp Task Force to fight on

Jul 30, 2004 — The United States Department of Commerce today announced preliminary margins on imported shrimp from Brazil ranging from zero percent to 67.8 percent, from Ecuador ranging from 6.08 percent to 9.35 percent, from India ranging from 3.56 percent to 27.49 percent and from Thailand ranging from 5.56 percent to 10.25 percent. These duties will take effect in approximately one week.

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U.S. Chefs pick farmed salmon over wild 3:1

Jul 23, 2004 — In a blind taste test using fresh Atlantic salmon and fresh wild sockeye, farmed came up trumps

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U.S. Congress Passes Food Allergen Labeling & Consumer Protection Act

Jul 23, 2004 — Food containing seafood will have to be labeled as such

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BSE numbers falling in U.K.

Jul 21, 2004 — The number of BSE cases in British cattle continues to fall at a rate of about 40% per year, a new government report shows; the government has requested Britain's BSE risk status be lowered

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Anderson Selected As Oceanic Institute President

Jul 20, 2004 — The Chairman of the Oceanic Institute Board of Trustees and President of Hawai‘i Pacific University, Chatt G. Wright, has announced the selection of Bruce Anderson, Ph.D. as President of the Oceanic Institute, Waimānalo, Hawai‘i.

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Global Shrimp Outlook: 2004

Jul 20, 2004 — Conference moved to Bangkok; Registration now available

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AFIA Names New CEO/President

Jul 19, 2004 — Joel Newman, president, United Cooperative Farmers, Fitchburg, Mass., is the new chief executive officer and president of the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), succeeding David A. Bossman

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Peruvian fishing ban announced

Jul 16, 2004 — The ban on fishing for common and white anchovy (samasa) will begin July 18, 2004 at midnight.

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New Evidence Shows Benefits of Eating Fish During Pregnancy

Jul 14, 2004 — No linkage seen between low mercury levels and reduced neurodevelopmental skills

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Cyprus to receive €3.4 million from fisheries fund

Jul 14, 2004 — Modernization of aquaculture a priority

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AFIA responds to further proposed BSE actions by FDA

Jul 13, 2004 — US proposed BSE rules will prohibit inclusion of specified SRMs and materials from non-ambulatory disabled cattle and dead stock from use in all animal feed.

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China to send ag and aquaculture experts to Pacific island countries

Jul 12, 2004 — China will send 36 experts and technicians specialized in agronomy, irrigation, livestock and fisheries, to eight Pacific Island nations as part of FAO program

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Sixth International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture - Manila, Philippines

Jul 11, 2004 — Advances in tilapia aquaculture to be featured at international symposium

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US imposes duties on "Dumped Shrimp" from China and Vietnam; action called "unjustified and very troubling"

Jul 7, 2004 — US government sets import tariffs ranging from 7.67% to 112.81%

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European Commission simplifies the rules on state aid to the fisheries sector

Jul 7, 2004 — The European Commission adopted a new set of rules on state aid to the fisheries sector (including aquaculture).

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Fishermen file injunction against Canada's Department of Fisheries and a hatchery

Jul 6, 2004 — The Canadian Sablefish Association has launched an injunction against the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and Sablefin Hatcheries Ltd. to stop the transfer of the world's first farmed sablefish to open water net pens in BC waters.

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