Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia 2020
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For this 2020 Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia, SEAFDEC is presenting the data and information with a brief analysis of the regional trends with the hope that it would be useful in assessing the factors that influence the continued rising fishery production at the national level. The publication of this 2020 Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia has been successfully realized with the continued support from the ASEAN Member States (AMSs) through their efforts in providing the most updated national fisheries data and information. SEAFDEC is, therefore, grateful to the national agencies and concerned personnel of the AMSs for their cooperation and support.
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