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July 2019
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Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Pacific islands rejected a proposal made by Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) at the annual meeting in Fiji, which would have given distant water fishing fleets an unfair competitive advantage in negotiating fishing access agreements. The proposal was submitted by the European Union (EU) as a “conservation and management measure on fisheries access agreements information” to increase transparency of fisheries access agreements. It would have required the filing with the WCPFC of detailed access agreement information by all Commission members that allow foreign-flagged fishing fleets to fish in their waters for species managed by the Commission.

Finance and Public Service Minister, Hon. Audley Shaw, has expressed the Government’s heartfelt gratitude for the European Union’s (EU) continued relationship and ongoing support. Noting that organization’s inputs have been consistent, Mr. Shaw says the EU has “proactively” sought to channel its support to Jamaica’s development objectives, and that its provisions have been aligned with the country’s long-term National Development Plan, Vision 2030 Jamaica, and the Medium Term Socio-economic Policy Framework.

The 2016 South African citrus season has come and gone. The 2016 crop was down 8%, largely due to drought. The export to Europe increased by 5.1% in a total of an 8% lower crop.

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