Recently, a delegation was in the country to visit our Seafood Hub. These countries want tuna fish 'Made in Mauritius' home and the reason for the visit was to see if the country could provide a certain amount of tuna fish.
In the near future, the country will host a delegation Russian and South Korean experts who will pass the screening performance of the Mauritian authorities to ensure that products sector 'seafood' can be consumed in their countries.
The agreement in principle has already been acquired from the Japan Tuna Fisheries Cooperative Association, which has over a hundred fishing boats. The Japanese authorities have also relocated their activities of fishing vessels that normally operate in South Africa. The arrival of these boats will give a boost to shipyards, whose activities are idle and allow this organization to sell its products at least two companies of the country for the purpose of 'processing' or supply the local market.
Mauritius also has a quota for the supply of 5500 tonnes of tuna to the European Union. The country provided him with 3000 tons but now with the additional 2500 tons, it is certainly the country will win more income. The export of fish is currently experiencing a "boost".
The country has 2 million as revenue with 5500 tonnes of tuna. If the vessels shall more than 5 500 tonnes then we will pay 65 euros a tonne. For the 'license fee', the country will have to pay 250,000 euros. Some 886 vessels will fish in our waters and each boat should be 10 Mauritian fishermen. The export of fish reported Rs 8.5 billion to the state.
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