Catch of the day
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Workers arrange freshly caught yellowfin tuna at a fish port in General Santos city in southern Philippines Mar. 25. The local tuna industry in General Santos City which earned the country over $200 million in annual revenue dropped by 30% its daily catch from 500 to 150 metric tons, after a ban since January was imposed by the Western and Central Pacific Commission on all fishing operations in to high seas or beyond the 200-nautical mile Exclusive Economic Zone, a local fishing federation official said.
Catch of the day. (2010, March 26-27). BusinessWorld, p. S1/6.
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