Phl, PNG strengthening agri-fishery cooperation
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The Philippines and Papua New Guinea have agreed to strengthen cooperation in fishing and agriculture. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Pinol, who is part of the delegation for this year’s Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Vietnam, said Papua New Guinea is now studying the Philippines’ appeal to reconsider its plan to ban offshore tuna processing. “Prime Minister O’Neill promised to review the new fishing regulations and promised consultations with the Filipino investors in his country,” Pinol said.
Simeon, L. M. (2017, November 12). Phl, PNG strengthening agri-fishery cooperation. The Philippine Star, p. B5.
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