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LA PALMA (Reuters) - Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Spain would speed up aid to the hard-hit agriculture and fishing industries on the island of La Palma, where part of the volcano's cone collapsed on Saturday and red hot lava continued to flow over a month after the eruption began.
COASTAL fishermen are hoping the federal and state governments will consider their suggestions to improve the fishing sector in south Johor.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish fishermen sent a flotilla of around 100 trawlers up the River Liffey in the centre of Dublin on Wednesday in protest at being hit harder than most member states by the Brexit trade deal the European Union struck with Britain.
PETALING JAYA: The movement control order implemented in March last year sent Malaysians into a buying frenzy to stock up on essential items as many were worried that there would not be enough supply to sustain them at home.
LONDON: U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit trade deal is unique in that it will leave businesses facing more barriers to trade than they did while Britain was a member of the European Union.
Seoul, July 31, 2020 (AFP): North Korea's sanctions-hit economy defied the impact of international restrictions to grow for the first time in three years in 2019, the South's central bank has announced.
MYANMAR’S fisheries sector will face its largest loss in history if demand does not pick up soon, said U Myo Nyunt, secretary of the Myanmar Fisheries Products Processors and Exporters Association (MPEA).
YANGON: Myanmar’s fisheries sector will face its largest loss in history if demand does not pick up very soon, said U Myo Nyunt, secretary of the Myanmar Fisheries Products Processors & Exporters Association (MPEA) on Monday (May 11).
BANGKOK: Despite adverse effects of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Thailand's fishing industry is currently looking to hire as many as 50,000 men to go out to sea aboard trawlers, said a senior government official on Sunday (May 10).
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday promised to safeguard European farm subsidies, secure compensation for wine producers hit by U.S. tariffs and defend fishermen in talks with Britain, as France's farming world faces an uncertain year.