SE Asia boosts food production
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In laboratories and experimental stations in Asian and Pacific countries, researchers are continuously looking into ways of developing fisheries or aquaculture further to meet the increasing food requirements of the region's burgeoning population. But considering the vastness of the region, it is possible that research done in one country is the same as that being done in another.
SE Asia boosts food production. (1984, February 23). Times Journal, p. 4.
food production; fisheries; fisheries development; research; International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM); Asian Development Bank (ADB); International Development Research Center (IDRC); Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO); International Foundation of Science (IFS); Maclean, Jay L.; Southeast Asia
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