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Jamaican tilapia industry against the backdrop of rising global trade and demand for tilapia. Robert Scott, told the gathering aquaculture is the fastest-growing food-production system in the world with major business opportunities. "The timing of
Tavua have earned about $13,000 this year from their two harvests of freshwater fish. And the villagers of Nadelei are looking at increasing their freshwater fish (tilapia) harvests after earning $13,675 this year. The villagers, through the
Taipei, Nov. 16 (CNA) The Taiwan Tilapia Alliance, a confederation of fish farmers, said Saturday it will take part at a seafood expo in South Korea 's second city to fix the damage to Taiwan's tilapia farmers caused by a false report on the Korean
Seoul, Nov. 15 (CNA) South Korea n TV station Channel A on Friday published a statement clarifying an earlier report it made, which painted a negative picture of Taiwan's tilapia industry. On the website of the weekly program on food, the station
Seoul, Nov. 11 (CNA) Sales and prices of Taiwan-farmed tilapia in South Korea have remained stable since a Korean TV channel broadcast a show claiming that Taiwan's tilapia farms operate in a polluted environment, a fish distributor said Sunday.
Seoul, Nov. 9 (CNA) A South Korea n TV channel whose program produced a report about Taiwan's tilapia production industry which was criticized as being false and misleading is next week expected to repair the damage it created, a source close to the
Taipei, Nov. 8 (CNA) Taiwan's authorities are putting on hold a plan to take a South Korea n media outlet to court over an alleged misleading report about Taiwan's tilapia production industry, the Fisheries Agency said Friday.
Taipei, Nov. 2 (CNA) Both Taiwan and South Korea have conducted rigorous checks of tilapia exported to South Korea , and it would be impossible for there to be substandard fish as portrayed by a South Korean TV news program, Taiwan's top fishery
Egyptian and Ghanaian researchers have bred a commercial fish which grows about 30% faster than more common strains. SciDevNet reports that the Nile tilapia ( Oreochromis niloticus ) will boost food security and farmers' earnings in Egypt and West
It will consist of shore-based facilities in Siavonga (offices, hatchery, stores, process and packing facilities, staff housing) and floating cages on Lake Kariba. The project will be gradually expanded to reach production capacity of 5 000 tonnes of