10 July 2017 – The scale of Chinese state aid to its long-distance fisheries sector extends well beyond fuel subsidies to cheap loans, training, and wage supports, according to remarks by a fisheries official who heads a government-funded umbrella body promoting fishing firms operating in international waters. These support measures have helped Chinese fisheries to expand well beyond their home waters. Read the full article on the Seafood Source website.
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