BFAR: Vessel monitoring systems to be required for fishing boats
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The implementating rules and regulations (IRR) for a new law mandating the installation of monitoring systems on fishing vessels will be released early next month. a Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) official said. The new requirement is expected to be implemented on a staggered basis, starting with larger sea crafts. Asis G. Perez, national director of the BFAR, said they finished the IRR last week after threshing out the contentious issues through several multi-sectoral consultations with stakeholders.
Monzon, A. (2015, August 26). BFAR: Vessel monitoring systems to be required for fishing boats. Business World, p. S1/11.
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