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TheFishSite Newsletter - 7 December 2010

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Tuesday 7th December 2010
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Editorial: Cooperation Is Key To Sustainability

The Cook Islands, New Zealand, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau and Tonga have all recently agreed to further action, strengthening the TeVakaMoana Arrangement, which was signed earlier this year.

The TeVakaMoana Arrangement formalised the existing cooperation and laid a foundation for improved collaboration in fisheries. At a meeting last month in New Zealand, participants committed to deterring illegal unreported unregulated fishing.

In Viet Nam, a tuna association known as Vinatuna has been established in a bid to promote exports of the fish, Viet Nam’s third-largest seafood export item.

Vinatuna will also help members apply modern technologies to increase the quality and output of tuna, and reduce production costs so that they can compete against regional and global rivals.

In the nine months ending September this year, Viet Nam exported 58,000 tons of tuna, generating a turnover of around US$208 million, a 73 per cent year-on-year increase.

Global Standards for shrimp are close to being finalised, as the last public comment period for the draft standards opened last week. Feedback can be provided until 1 February 2011.

It is expected that the standards will be finalised by mid-2011.

Charlotte Johnston

New e-learning course on Sustainable Aquaculture from St Andrews
* This Week's Feature Articles

We have 4 new features this week:

Optimising Returns On Animal By-Products
Protein meal should be allowed back into animal feeds to improve the financial returns on animal by-products in the UK, writes TheFishSite senior editor, Chris Harris.
From Fish Meal-Dependent To Fish Meal-Free
Research by Dr Fredric Barrows and Dr Jeffrey Silverstein, from the US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service looks at alternative diets for the future of trout.
Salmon - November 2010
The Atlantic salmon market continues to be undersupplied as Chile’s production in 2010 is reaching rock bottom, reports Globefish, a unit of the FAO Fisheries Department responsible for information on international fish trade.
Marine Finfish Production In Greece
Greece is a large and organised country when it comes to producing marine finfish, writes Lara Barazi-Yeroulanos, FAO Consultant.
VIROCID - The Global Disinfectant
* Global Aquaculture Industry News

   General

 » Polynesian Countries Cooperate For Fisheries
 » EU Approves Unsustainable Catches
 » Shrimp Global Standards Enters Final Stage
 » Lallemand, Jebsen & Jessen Enter Strategic Alliance
 » OIE, FDA Sign Cooperation Agreement On Vet Meds

   Norway

 » Recognising The Limits Of Marine Feed Sources
 » Minister Opens Recirculation Research Centre

Orego-Stim Aquatract
   Ireland

 » Ireland Welcomes Aquaculture Development

   Canada

 » Coalition Demands Govt Openness On GE Salmon
 »  $13-Million Research Programme Launched

   United Kingdom

 » Invasive Species Of Shrimp Found In Wales
 » New Teaching Facility Opened In Scotland
 » Welsh Mussels Become MSC Certified
 » Fisheries Must Be Political Priority
 » Major Innovation Called For In Fisheries Regulations
 » Scottish Mussel Sales Set To Soar

   United States

 » BP Oil Spill: NOAA Closes Shrimp Fishery
 » Freshwater Mussels Discovered In Urban River
 » Grant To Fight Invasive Species
 » Cautious Optimism As Chinook Salmon Return
 » Recirculating Systems For Warm-Water Fish
 » US Crab Fishery Earns MSC Certification

   New Zealand

 » Public To Discuss Aquaculture Settlement
 » Shellfish Disease Spreads In Europe And NZ

   Thailand

 » Shrimp Exports To Continue To Increase

Schering Plough Aquaculture.
   European Union

 » 2011 Guide Prices for Fisheries Products

   China

 » China Leads In Low Carbon Fisheries

   Netherlands

 » Catch Advice For Pelagic Species 2011

   Viet Nam

 » Viet Nam Tuna Association Established
 » Viet Nam Catfish Make The Red List

   Denmark

 » Saving Danish Cod Stocks

Biomin - the natural way
   Ghana

 » Fusion Marine Installs Pens In Ghana Farm



That's all for this week!

Ed.

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