UN: UN considers restrictions on harmful fishing subsidies
A concerted international effort to clarify and tackle the harm caused by fishing subsidies on the conservation of wild fish stocks worldwide is to be launched following a seminar staged by the United Nations Environment Programme. Concerns were raised by participants, which included more than 60 national governments, the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation, the World Trade Organisation, UNCTAD, (the UN development agency), the International Labour Organisation and the OECD.
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