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    • ASEAN defense chiefs scrap statement on south china sea 

      (Malaya, November 5, 2015, on page B6)
      Disagreement between the United States and China over how to address rival claims in the South China Sea marred a gathering of Southeast Asian defense officials on Wednesday, with a joint statement scrapped after ministers ...
    • China, Vietnam agree to maintain peace in S. China sea 

      Reuters (The Philippine Star, November 7, 2015, on page A-19)
      China and Vietnam have agreed to maintained peace and stability in the south china sea and not take any acts that "complicate" the issue, Chinese state television reported yesterday. The agreement came at the end of a visit ...
    • PHL, China: Sea dispute not in APEC agenda 

      Monzon, A. M. (BusinessWorld, November 11, 2015, on page S1/12)
      Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived in Manila on Tuesday, ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s arrival in time for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit next week. Mr. Wang was met by his counterpart, ...
    • Philippines says most advanced ship to shield seas from threats 

      Cortez, Gillian M. (BusinessWorld, May 25, 2020, on page S1/11)
      The Philippines took delivery of its first ever guided missile frigate at the weekend to protect its seas against threats, the presidential palace said, as China’s neighbors race to empower their Coast Guard fleets amid ...
    • UP Visayas develops low-sodium patis made from green mussels 

      Ochave, Revin Mikhael D. (BusinessWorld, May 18, 2020, on page S1/10)
      A low-sodium fish sauce made from fermented green mussels, or tahong, has been developed by the University of the Philippines-Visayas Institute of Fish Processing Technology. In an e-mail interview, project head Ernestina ...
    • Microbes galore in seas; 'spaghetti' mats Pacific 

      Doyle, Alister (BusinessWorld, April 23, 2010, on page S3/9)
      The ocean depths are home to myriad species of microbes, mostly hard to see but including spaghetti-like bacteria that form whitish mats the size of Greece on the floor of the Pacific, scientists said on Sunday. The survey, ...
    • BFAR raises red tide warning over three provinces 

      Ochave, Revin Mikhael D. (BusinessWorld, May 11, 2020, on page S1/10)
      The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has warned consumers against eating shellfish harvested from three areas due to red tide contamination. The BFAR said that shellfish from Dauis and Tagbilaran City in ...
    • Q1 farm, fishery sales rise by 12%, buck overall export dip 

      Ochave, Revin Mikhael D. (BusinessWorld, May 11, 2020, on page S1/10)
      Exports of agricultural and fisheries products rose 12% to $1.31 billion in the first quarter, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said, citing data from the Philippine Statistics Authority. “This is a complete opposite of ...
    • Agri workers, fisherfolk, vets exempted from quarantine 

      Ochave, Revin Mikhael D.; Tupas, Emmanuel (BusinessWorld, March 26, 2020, on page S1/9)
      Agriculture workers and veterinarians have been included in the list of exemptions from the mandatory home quarantine imposed by the government in Luzon to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a ...
    • Author details how rainbow trout conquered the world 

      Stoddard, Ed (BusinessWorld, April 23, 2010, on page S3/8)
      In the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex fishermen can catch their fill of rainbow trout during the relative cool of the winter months in several stocked dams and at least one stream. Rainbow trout can also be pursued in South ...
    • Alliance Select finalizes purchase of NZ fish company 

      de la Fuente, F. J. G. (BusinessWorld, October 3, 2012, on page S1/7)
      Listed Canner Alliance Select Foods International, Inc. finalized last Monday its earlier-announced purchase of an 80% stake in New Zealand-based Akaroa Salmon NZ Ltd. For about P97 million, the local firm said in a ...
    • Philippines protests China’s creation of two new districts 

      Tadalan, Charmaine A. (BusinessWorld, May 1, 2020, on page S1/9)
      The Philippines on Thursday protested China’s creation of two new districts in the South China Sea because these are supposedly part of Philippine territory and sea zones. “The Philippine government strongly protests the ...
    • DA sees enough fish supply despite lockdown extension in parts of the country 

      Ochave, Revin Mikhael D. (BusinessWorld, May 1, 2020, on page S1/9)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) said there is ample supply of fresh fish in the country and the extension of the lockdown policy in parts of the country will not affect availability in the markets. 
    • Sardine industry banking on warmer seas to increase catch 

      Wee, Darwin T. (BusinessWorld, February 2, 2010, on page S1/3)
      While most businesses in the agriculture sector are bracing for the negative impact of El Niño this year, the Fishery bureau and the sardine industry are banking on the warmer seas in the western Pacific Ocean to bring in ...
    • Reflections on water 

      Kaelin, Lukas (BusinessWorld, January 26, 2010, on page S1/5)
      There is no doubt the importance of water for all life on our planet. Civilizations developed along bodies of waters, rivers, lakes, and oceans. Throughout the long stretches of history, water has been understood as a ...
    • US president visits with huge oil slick threatening disaster 

      Agence France-Presse (AFP) (BusinessWorld, May 3, 2010, on page S1/8)
      A giant oil slick closed in on the fragile Louisiana coast on Sunday after attempts to stop it faltered, threatening an environmental and economic disaster as President Barack Obama arrives to visit. With Mr. Obama expected ...
    • Whale poo could help seas absorb CO2, say scientists 

      Askin, Pauline (BusinessWorld, April 30, 2010, on page S3/9)
      Whale droppings have emerged as a natural ocean fertilizer which could help combat global warming by allowing the Southern Ocean to absorb more carbon dioxide, Australian scientists have found. New research from the ...
    • Local tuna industry reeling from ban; jobless workers on rise 

      Sarmiento, Romer S. (BusinessWorld, January 26, 2010, on page S1/3)
      Players in the local tuna industry are now feeling the pinch of the closure of the high seas in portions of the Pacific Ocean, with one fishing company officially informing the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) of ...
    • Senator wants to stop China’s island-building activities at sea 

      Tadalan, Charmaine A. (BusinessWorld, April 28, 2020, on page S1/9)
      A Philippine senator on Monday filed a resolution seeking legal and diplomatic approaches to force China to stop its “destructive” reclamation activities in the South China Sea. Senator Risa N. Hontiveros-Baraquel also ...
    • Senator wants to stop China’s island-building activities at sea 

      Tadalan, Charmaine A. (BusinessWorld, April 28, 2020, on page S1/9)
      A Philippine senator on Monday filed a resolution seeking legal and diplomatic approaches to force China to stop its “destructive” reclamation activities in the South China Sea. Senator Risa N. Hontiveros-Baraquel also ...