AUSTRALIA: Southern Bluefin Tuna talks fail
The future looks bleak for critically endangered Southern Bluefin Tuna, with international talks to conserve its breeding stock breaking down in Japan Thursday (18 October). Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea have been unable to agree on quotas at the eighth meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Southern Bluefin Tuna (CCSBT). As a result, no total allowable catch limit has been set.
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