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    • Gov't launches new program for fishermen 

      (BusinessWorld, April 9, 1990, on page 13)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) recently urged for the institution of effective measures to arrest the closing gap between fish demand and supply. In a statement, the aquatic research center said ...
    • Sustainable aquaculture dev't is SEAFDEC's new objective 

      Millar, Micheline R. (BusinessWorld, July 5, 1993, on page 14)
      Sustainable aquaculture will be the central focus of the aquaculture department (AQD) of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) in the next decade, documents furnished BusinessWorld indicate. AQD-SEAFDEC's ...
    • Negros Or. fish hatchery operates on solar energy 

      (BusinessWorld, July 3, 1995, on page 21)
      A multi-species marine fish hatchery inaugurated recently in Bais City, Negros Oriental, is claiming to be the first of its kind in Asia. It uses the environment-friendly energy of the sun and employs a simple, low-cost ...
    • Seabass culture made easy 

      DEPTHnews (BusinessWorld, July 21, 1995, on page 13)
      Good news for Filipinos who rhapsodize over seabass, the highly prized apahap which is usually the piece de resistance in banquets or festive tables. Apart from its abundance in local waters, apahap can now be bred and ...
    • No to intensive 'bangus' production 

      PNF (BusinessWorld, March 28, 1996, on page 13)
      Milkfish culture may go on the way of the once lucrative prawn industry if its practitioners ignore what environmentalists are saying. Filipino milkfish farmers who practice the shallow water culture tend to favor Taiwan's ...
    • Seafdec receives two awards 

      (BusinessWorld, July 29, 1996, on page 23)
      The Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec/AQD) swept the 1996 Dr. Elvira O. Tan Memorial Award for both aquaculture and marine fisheries category. AQD researchers Teresa R. de ...
    • New shrimp fry out 

      (BusinessWorld, February 3, 1996, on page 1)
      After launching its B-Meg shrimp feeds last year, San Miguel Food, Inc. (SMFI) is giving the prawn industry another boost with the HIGH-B100 high-health shrimp fry. The product of 11 years of research, SMFI's HIGH-B100 ...
    • Aquaculture information slated in Iloilo 

      (BusinessWorld, November 3, 1998, on page 18)
      The Aquaculture Department (AQD), one of the four technical departments of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC), will hold a seminar workshop on November 19-20 titled "Media networking for aquaculture ...
    • Sardines save the day 

      Garcia, Joseph L. (BusinessWorld, August 5, 2021, on page S2/4)
      It's easy for some of us to take sardines for granted, but for many, a can of sardines is the only thing keeping them away from sure hunger. Mega Global Corp., the company behind Mega Sardines and Mega Tuna, is once again ...
    • Demand remains high: Gain from growing grouper 

      de Lange, William A. Jr. (BusinessWorld, February 9, 1998, on page 23)
      The lapu-lapu or grouper is a high-value marine fin fish that is abundant in the country. This fish has 40 different varieties and it accounts for about 2% of annual Philippine fish catch. According to the Southeast Asian ...
    • Studies raise hope amid declining fish catch 

      Offemaria, Rodel G. (BusinessWorld, March 18, 1998, on page 9)
      Meanwhile, Dan Baliao of the Iloilo-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center said recent studies in milkfish fry production showed an encouraging 95.5% to 99% survival rates in brackish water ponds for a culture ...
    • Ocean-based industries gross value-added declines 32.6% in 2020 

      Jocson, Luisa Maria Jacinta C. (BusinessWorld, December 17, 2021, on page S1/4)
      The gross value-added (GVA) of Philippine ocean-based industries declined 32.6% in 2020 to P617.20 billion, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). This was the equivalent of 3.4% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at ...
    • Boracay rehabilitation on track to finish by early 2022 - DENR 

      Jocson, Luisa Maria Jacinta C. (BusinessWorld, December 21, 2021, on page S1/4)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said it expects to complete the rehabilitation of Boracay Island by the first half of 2022, after an overhaul of the island’s environmental and land use practices ...
    • Aid for boat repairs urgent need for Leyte fisherfolk 

      (BusinessWorld, December 27, 2021, on page S1/10)
      Fisherfolk in Leyte’s coastal communities are in need of aid to repair their boats battered by typhoon Odette so they can immediately resume livelihood activities, the fisheries bureau’s regional office said following ...
    • SMC extends coastal cleanup to Batangas 

      (BusinessWorld, January 5, 2022, on page S1/2)
      San Miguel Corp. (SMC) said on Tuesday that it had taken its coastal clean-up drive to Calatagan and Balayan in Batangas province, and that it was preparing to start a similar drive in Marilao-Meycauayan-Obando river system ...
    • Top Philippine, Chinese envoys discuss sea row 

      Tan, Alyssa Nicole O. (BusinessWorld, March 5, 2022, on page S1/10)
      The top Philippine and Chinese diplomats discussed their countries’ sea dispute at the weekend, with China saying they should not let differences affect bilateral relations. “The two sides should remove disturbances calmly ...
    • Corn farmers, fisherfolk granted P3,000 to apply to fuel purchases 

      Jocson, Luisa Maria Jacinta C. (BusinessWorld, March 9, 2022, on page S1/4)
      Corn farmers and fisherfolk have been granted P3,000 to apply to their fuel purchases, subject to conditions, in order to cushion the impact of rising oil prices, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said. “We are confronted ...
    • Residents blame laterite mining for discolored Davao Oriental river as DENR probes incident 

      Padillo, Maya M. (BusinessWorld, January 17, 2022, on page S1/12)
      The Davao regional office of the Environment department has started investigating a heavy siltation and discoloration incident of a river in Davao Oriental province. Photos posted by several residents online on Jan. 14 ...
    • World Bank evaluating $200-M PHL fisheries loan 

      Ibañez, Jenina P. (BusinessWorld, December 17, 2021, on page S1/5)
      The World Bank is considering a proposed $200-million loan for Philippine fisheries by February, according to project documentation posted by the bank Wednesday. The seven-year project aims to improve fisheries management ...
    • PHL reports China ship breach of sea regulation 

      Atienza, Kyle Aristophere T. (BusinessWorld, March 28, 2022, on page S1/10)
      A Philippine government vessel on Sunday reported a recent close distance maneuvering incident involving a China Coast Guard (CCG) ship in Scarborough Shoal. The Philippine Coast Guard said it was the fourth time within a ...