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Japan to Build Fisheries Complex in Nevis

03 September 2013

ST KITTS and NEVIS - The Japanese government is to build a $12 million fisheries complex in Nevis.

The project will be located in the Bath Village area, reports CaribbeanJournal.

The facility will play a role in expanding the island's fishing industry.

It will be constructed on a beach located between Conch Shell and VON Radio, on a landing site formerly used by fishermen. The project had been previously slated to be constructed on Prince William Street in Charlestown.


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