Fish output slightly down to 972,910 MT in Q3 – PSA
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The country's fish production slightly decreased in the third quarter of the year as output from commercial and municipal fisheries declined, the Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA) said. In its latest Fisheries Situation Report, the agency said total fish output stood at 972, 910 metric tons (MT)in the July-September period, just 0.4 percent lower from a year-ago level. Fish yielded by commercial fisheries dropped by 1.60 percent to 232, 810 MT from 236, 590 MT incurred in the same period last year.
Gomez, E. J. (2018, November 19). Fish output slightly down to 972,910 MT in Q3 – PSA. The Manila Times, p. B2.
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Fish; Fishery economics; Commercial fishing; Fisheries; Marine fisheries; Inland fisheries; Aquaculture; Carangid fisheries; Tuna fisheries; Milkfish culture; Shrimp fisheries; Fishers; Fishing; Department of Agriculture (DA); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA); Piñol, Emmanuel
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