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Cooke’s expansion plans delayed in Nova Scotia

CANADA | Friday, December 19, 2014
Cooke Aquaculture sees it very difficult to complete next year's planned expansion in Nova...

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EUR 800,000 granted to fleet operating in Mauritania
Spain | 23:50 | The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Magrama) will grant an aid to... Full Story
Healthier salmon through exercise and better sorting
Norway | 23:30 | Scientists are keen to sort farmed salmon and provide them with exercise right from the early stages of their growth, in order to equip them to deal with the stress of transfer to the sea. Full Story
EU deal will mean an additional GBP 10 million for Scottish fleet
United Kingdom | 23:00 | The deal agreed in Brussels will be worth an additional GBP 10 million (USD 15.7 million) next year to Scotland's whitefish and prawn fleets according to initial estimates. Full Story
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