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Fishermen to be compensated for sardine fishery closure

PORTUGAL | Monday, October 20, 2014
In response to complaints from the affected sector, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Affairs clarified that it is not possible to review sardine fishing limits and lift the ban in effect since 19 September.

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