Fishing for security


Boosting aquaculture: Some experts warn that efforts to strengthen the sector might not be realised as there is no clear national blueprint to develop the industry. — Filepic/The Star

THE aquaculture industry in Malaysia is a crucial business.

As the country works to extricate itself from a fluctuating global economy hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and wars, the aquaculture sector is among those bouncing back. And it is building up in tandem with plans to resolve food security issues.

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