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Shellfish exports from Andalusia continue to rise

SPAIN | Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Andalusia's shellfish exports continue to rise, after reaching a value of EUR 37.9 million...

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Greenland halibut latest research survey starts in NAFO zone
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NZ King Salmon seeks judicial review to block mussel farm project
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