Supply stable despite 'fish holiday' - BFAR
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The "fish holiday" of commercial fishing boat operators has not affected the supply of fish in Western Visayas, according to Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) regional director Remia Aparri. Commercial fishermen comprise only one-third or 30 percent of fisheries production in Western Visayas, said Aparri. The 70 percent of fish supply comes from the municipal and aquaculture sectors.
Sologastoa, G. (2015, September 24). Supply stable despite 'fish holiday' - BFAR. Panay News, p. 2.
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