Mindanao is country's top fish supplier
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The Philippine Fisheries Development Authority (PFDA) said southern regions in Mindanao registered 6,196.02 metric tons of unloaded fish supply during the first week of May, a 5 percent increase in volume or equivalent to more than 250 tons over the last week of April. According to the PFDA, the Zamboanga Fish Port Complex even surpassed its record by registering 78.21 tons of unloaded fish in the first week of the month. General Santos Fish Port Complex, however, maintained its position as the highest unloading volume not only in Mindanao but in all regional fish ports with 6,094 tons of unloaded fish in six days.
Jacinto, A. (2021, May 11). Mindanao is country's top fish supplier. The Manila Times, p. A7.
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Fishing harbours; Fish; Fishery regulations; Illegal fishing; Radiometers; Philippine Fisheries Development Authority (PFDA); Zamboanga Fish Port Complex; Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG); Oceana Philippines; Año, Eduardo; Mindanao; General Santos; Tongkil, Sulu; Zamboanga City; Milagros; Cawayan; San Pascual, Masbate; Languyan, Tawi-tawi; Calauag, Quezon; Hadji Mohammad Ajul, Basil; Linapacan, Palawan; Carles; Cuyo; Taytay; Magsaysay, Palawan; Coron; Santa Cruz, Marinduque; Madridejos; San Jose, Occidental Mindoro; Catbalogan; Cavite; Quezon
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