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Fisheries revenue to double

Saturday 30 March 2024 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Environment, National

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Fisheries revenue to double
Secretary of the Ministry of Marine Resources Pamela Maru. SBMA/24032920

Cook Islands’ fisheries revenue is projected to double following the historic Tuna Treaty between the Pacific Island States and the United States reached this week.

Cook Islands’ fisheries revenue is projected to double following the historic Tuna Treaty between the Pacific Island States and the United States reached this week.


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graham roper on 31/03/2024

Talk to the locals on their views. The fishery around Rarotonga is virtually dead, sold down the river by the Government for short term gain. With fishing stocks plundered by overseas "quota" , there is no fish for the tuna to feed on, therefore they will continue to decline. Is there any "non supply clause" in the latest agreement, ie no fish, no payment?