Only big fishermen benefit from gov't. development policy
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The government should redirect fisheries policies towards greater environmental consideration to ensure the survival of small-scale fishermen, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) said. Dr. Flor F. Lacanilao, SEAFDEC's agriculture department chief, said during the recent regional symposium on coastal fisheries conservation and development here that some of the country's development approaches to fish production have caused more harm than good.
Only big fishermen benefit from gov't. development policy. (1990, September 19). Manila Standard, p. 14.
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