ASEAN and fishery subsidies: Outlining a regional vision
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This paper summarizes the outputs of the Regional Consultation on Fisheries Subsidies organized by ASEAN-SEAFDEC in Bangkok, Thailand 9-10 October 2003. In preparation for the meeting all ASEAN member countries were requested to complete a questionnaire on available subsidies within their fishery sector and the data were compiled using a matrix with categories and types of subsidies listed as indicated in two documents of the WTO and FAO.
Torell, M. (2003). ASEAN and fishery subsidies: Outlining a regional vision.
Fish for the People, 1(3), 34-37. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12066/673
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