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‘Cooks benefits from US tuna deal’

Saturday 11 October 2014 | Published in Economy

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‘Cooks benefits from US tuna deal’
A recently struck deal worth $90 million between the United States and 17 Pacific Region nations gives American purse seiners 8,300 fishing days. 14050240

Ministry of Marine Resources Secretary Ben Ponia says a tuna fishing deal hammered out between Pacific Nations and the United States could provide a significant boost in local fisheries revenues.

Ministry of Marine Resources Secretary Ben Ponia says a tuna fishing deal hammered out between Pacific Nations and the United States could provide a significant boost in local fisheries revenues.


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