Fuel subsidies 'drive fishing industry's plunder of the high seas'

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Spain, France, UK, US and Japan among countries giving generous fuel subsidies enabling industrial fishing far offshore, says Global Ocean Commission

Eighteen countries are underwriting the "plunder of the high seas" on an industrial scale through government hand-outs to fishing fleets, an international commission has found. The hand-outs, in the...

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