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    • Vast Antarctic marine reserves in focus at meeting 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (BusinessWorld, October 20, 2015, on page S1/8)
      Campaigners Monday urged global leaders to put aside differences and create two vast Antarctic marine sanctuaries to protect one of the world's last untouched wilderness and a unique array of species, including whales and ...
    • Vast potentials for fishery products 

      Yap, Julio Jr. (Panay News, November 7, 2017, on page 10)
      With its vast natural resources, the Philippines is considered as one of the key players in the export market for fish and fishery products – taking into account the market demand and good prices being offered for these ...
    • Veep urges filing of protest on Chinese missiles 

      Aguinaldo, Camille A.; Tadalan, Charmaine A. (BusinessWorld, May 7, 2018, on page S1/12)
      Vice-President Maria Leonor G. Robredo on Sunday urged President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s “administration to take immediate and appropriate actions, including the filing of a diplomatic protest” in the wake of China’s reported ...
    • Vegetables, fish in Antique way too expensive? 

      (Panay News, January 25, 2015, on page 4)
      The prices of such agricultural products in the province were so high that some Antiqueños said they prefer to eat pork and dressed chicken in the past weeks. Leah Gonzales, provincial director of the Department of Trade ...
    • Vendor defies shellfish ban 

      Mijares, Ralph John (Panay News, September 27, 2015, on page 5)
      Despite the directive that totally bans the harvesting, transporting, selling and eating of all kinds of shellfish in Capiz, a 50-year-old vendor at the Teodoro Arcenas Trade Center here said she has no other choice but ...
    • Vendors feel pinch of Boracay closure 

      Burgos, Nestor Jr. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 1, 2018, on page A6)
      Market vendors are also being hit hard by the closure of Boracay Island to tourists. Fish, fruit and vegetable vendors at Talipapa Bukid, the main market on the island, have complained of a drastic drop in sales since April ...
    • Vendors Sell Shellfish Despite Worsening Red tide In Bataan 

      Supnad, Mar T. (Manila Bulletin, January 11, 2014, on page 8)
      Oysters, mussels, and other shellfish earlier banned by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) due to red tide in the coast of this province have still made their way to the market, authorities warned yesterday. ...
    • De Venecia calls for PH-China-Vietnam exploration, development in Spratlys 

      Canivel, Roy Stephen C.; Yap, DJ (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 15, 2017, on page A14)
      Philippine special envoy Jose de Venecia Jr. on Sunday called for joint exploration and development in the Spratly Islands as lawmakers at home cautioned the administration of President Duterte against entering into such ...
    • De Venecia makes strides in aquaculture 

      Visperas, Eva; Ramirez, Cesar (The Philippine Star, December 11, 2016, on page B-4)
      Former House Speaker Jose de Venecia Jr. and a fish scientist were honored by the Society of Aquaculture Engineers of the Philippines Inc. (SAEP) and Philippine Aquaculture Society Inc. (PAS) for their outstanding leadership ...
    • Verde Island reefs show resilience to climate change 

      De Vera-Ruiz, Ellalyn (Manila Bulletin, October 13, 2018, on page 1-9)
      In the face of climate change, the reefs of Verde Island, situated in the middle of the “center of the center of marine biodiversity” in the world, are showing signs that they are protected from the major impacts of climate ...
    • Vessel monitoring tech can save lives of Pinoy fisherfolk 

      (Panay News, September 25, 2017, on page B5-B11)
      Proper vessel monitoring can save lives and make fishing more sustainable. Seven sailors drowned when a Filipino merchant ship crashed into the USS Fritzgerald in the sea of Japan last 17 June. The accident was caused ...
    • Vessel tracking in Negros Occidental 

      (Panay News, August 6, 2017, on page 16)
      In the August, Ocean-Philippines will pilot-test its Vessel Monitoring Measures (VMM) in some towns in Negros Occidental. VMM is now mandated by law through the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Ocampo said. A VMM ...
    • Viability of prawn farming in the Philippines 

      Yap, Julio Jr. (Panay News, August 23, 2017, on page 12)
      The local industry may have been experiencing a setback due to the prevalence of certain viral diseases affecting the vannamei variety. It is a variety of prawn of the eastern Pacific Ocean that is commonly caught or farmed ...
    • Viability of producing functional food 

      Yap, Julio P. Jr. (Panay News, July 27, 2018, on page 10)
      The production or processing of functional food is becoming one of the fast growing segments of the country’s food industry. Functional food contains both essential nutrients and health promoting non-nutrients. However, ...
    • Vibrant Oceans Initiative backs Oceana PH drives 

      (Manila Standard, November 17, 2018, on page A5-A5)
      The Philippines has been selected anew by Bloomberg Philanthropies as one of the priority countries for its Vibrant Oceans Phase II—making an investment of USD $86 million, it said in a press statement. The fund is to be ...
    • Vietnam accuses China of attacking its fishermen 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 18, 2015, on page A16)
      A Vietnamese official on Wednesday accused China of attacking its fishermen in three separate incidents over the past week in the disputed South China Sea. Vietnam claims sovereignty over the Paracels, which were occupied ...
    • Vietnam activists thank Philippines 

      Herrera, Christine F. (Manila Standard, July 18, 2016, on page A1-A2)
      Activists in Vietnam held a brief rally outside the Philippine Embassy in Hanoi Sunday, holding up a banner that said “Thank you Philippines. You have a brave government.” The group was part of demonstrations in the ...
    • Vietnam begins dredging on South China Sea reef 

      Reuters (The Philippine Star, December 10, 2016, on page 18)
      Vietnam has begun dredging work on a disputed reef in the South China Sea, satellite imagery shows, the latest move by the communist state to bolster its claims in the strategic waterway. Activity visible on Ladd Reef in ...
    • Vietnam begins dredging work on disputed reef 

      Bencito, John Paolo (Manila Standard, December 10, 2016, on page A1-A2)
      Vietnam has started dredging work on a reef in the South China Sea, fresh satellite images appear to show, a move that could provoke Beijing which claims most of the disputed waterway. An image of Ladd Reef in the Spratly ...
    • Vietnam calls for self-restraint in disputed sea 

      Reuters (The Philippine Star, March 20, 2015, on page 13)
      Vietnam and Australia called on Wednesday for “self-restraint” in the South China Sea and warned against the unilateral use of force, an obvious reference to China’s increasingly aggressive presence that has stirred concerns ...