BFAR's Tuna Management Plan (2nd of two parts)
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There are 455 commercial fish landing centers in the country. These include the Philippine Fisheries and Development Authority and local government unit-controlled ports, as well as private wharves. The General Santos Fish Port Complex is the country’s major tuna unloading port, where 189,944.2 metric tons (MT) of tuna were unloaded in 2017. The Navotas Fish Port Complex in Metro Manila is the country’s second largest tuna port, where 6,821.56 MT of tuna were unloaded in 2017, the plan further reported.
Canlas, B. S. (2019, July 26). BFAR's Tuna Management Plan (2nd of two parts). Panay News, pp. 8, 10.
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