Global demand for seafood tests Indonesia's sovereignty
Public policy analyst and head of the delivery unit in the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry
PREMIUM Since April 1, Thailand has closed its Andaman Bay for commercial fishing and will maintain the policy until June 30. In a similar maneuver, China will adopt a moratorium on fishing in its waters from the Yellow Sea to the East China Sea and the South China Sea from May 1 to September 1. Altogether more than 250,000 fishing vessels will be affected, and many of them will venture further to catc...
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