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FFA FISHERIES TRADE NEWS
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Monday, 17 March 2014 06:09

Volume 7: Issue 1 January-February 2014

CONTENTS

Editorial Note, FFA Director General James Movick

Trade and industry intelligence key to Pacific fisheries management

Preferential Trade Agreements

EU Loins Quota for 2014 exhausted in ten days

Fisheries Development

Update on South Pacific Albacore crisis

Western Indian Ocean: piracy declines, fishing capacity returns

Fisheries Management

EU-Pacific relations over VDS remain tense

New rules to increase US longline bigeye catch limits

European Parliament study on FAD use in global tuna fisheries

Tuna Industry

Legal scrutiny of Korean tuna giant Dongwon raises questions for US Treaty and ISSF

Thai Union has tough year in 2013, but expected to bounce back

Tuna Markets

Fluctuating skipjack prices shape US canned tuna market

More details on http://www.ffa.int/node/811

 
FFA FISHERIES TRADE NEWS
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Volume 6: Issue 6November-December 2013

CONTENTS

World Trade Organisation

WTO-deal in Bali 

US to strengthen dolphin-safe tuna rules to comply with WTO ruling

Fisheries Regulation

EU bans fisheries imports from Belize, Guinea & Cambodia   

Greenpeace exposes global tuna longline fisheries failures

Fisheries Development

Global Partnership for Oceans advised on investment selection criteria

Fisheries Management 

WCPFC10 Outcomes

Pacific bluefin stock assessment raises alarm bells

More details on: http://www.ffa.int/node/801

 
Pacific Tuna talks intensify ahead of annual Tuna Commission meet. PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 04 November 2013 01:42

FFA HQ, Honiara, SOLOMON ISLANDS, Friday 01 November 2013 –Member countries of the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) today completed a week of intensive meetings ahead of key negotiations for Pacific Fisheries this December.

More details on: http://www.ffa.int/node/790

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 November 2013 01:26
 
Global Regulations and Pacific Island Maritime Laws Workshop PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Susana Macanawai   
Monday, 21 October 2013 00:53

The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) recently organised a week-long workshop on Global Regulations (GlobalReg) and Pacific Island Maritime Laws (PIMLaws) at its Suva, Fiji regional office. As part of the SPC's Transport Program, this workshop follows the adoption of the Pacific Forum's Action Plan on Domestic Ferry Safety in November 2012. More details on: http://www.spc.int/en/component/content/article/216-about-spc-news/1424-raising-regional-maritime-safety-and-security-.html

SPC GlobaReg

 
National efforts, regional solidarity honoured as FFA receives Pacific Ocean Commissioner’s Award 2013

FFA HQ, Honiara, SOLOMON ISLANDS.—The honour of receiving the 2013 Pacific Ocean Commissioners Award has been described as a moment of recognition for regional solidarity by the Forum Fisheries Director General, James Movick.

 News of the award came during a keynote statement at an ‘Oceanscape’ event last night in the wings of the current 44th Pacific Forum Leaders meeting this week in Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Keynote speaker and Pacific Ocean Commissioner, PIFS Secretary General Tuiloma Neroni Slade, made the announcement, noting the evolution of the FFA from its early beginnings in 1979, “in the face of much international scepticism and opposition. FFA is nowadays recognised as a global leader in their work to conserve and optimally manage the living marine resources of the region,” he said. 

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