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As US seafood trade deficit continues to rise NIMBY attitudes, regulations have to change

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by Bill Manci

It is not often that I invoke the name of a colleague in my column.

But I am compelled to mention someone who, for the past several years, has inspired me through his relentless efforts to right a wrong.

Like many of us still do, I used to think that the US seafood trade deficit was so large that only petroleum surpassed it on a top-ten list.

 

Read the rest and much, much more in Issue 5, 2012 of Fish Farming News.  Download now for immediate access and keep the .pdf for future reference.

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