Spain capitalises on new EU regulations to penalise companies and individuals suspected of poaching Patagonian toothfish
The EU's recent high profile fishing policy reforms took a major step forward this week as the Spanish government announced potential penalties of up to €11m (£7.8m) for those engaged in illegal, unreported...
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