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Spain: Agriculture does not agree with the quota cuts for hake, horse mackerel and sole proposed by the EC

Agricultura no está de acuerdo con los recortes de cuota de merluza, jurel y lenguado que propone la CE
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Nov 4, 2021
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It is missing that it is more in line with scientific data and that it does not take into account aspects such as the social, economic and employment effect MADRID, Nov 4 (EUROPA PRESS) - The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has valued the initial proposal of the European Commission for the next Total Allowable Catches (TAC) and Quotas of 2022, but has shown its disagreement with the cut proposals for certain species such as hake, horse mackerel and sole, among others.
It is missing that it is more in accordance with the scientific data and that it does not take into account aspects such as the social, economic and employment effect MADRID, Nov. 4 (EUROPA PRESS) - The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has valued the initial proposal of the European Commission for the next Total Admissible Catch (TAC) and Quotas of 2022, but has shown its disagreement with the cut proposals for certain species such as hake, the horse mackerel and sole, among others. Specifically, the Department led by Luis Planas has indicated that this is the first proposal presented by Brussels and is "limited", since there are many stocks on which there is still no proposal for specific figures, such as those shared with the Kingdom. Kingdom and that are important for Spain as hake in the waters of Ireland and the west of Scotland, or roosters and monkfish in the waters of Ireland, as reported in a statement. In this way, Agriculture considers that this initial ...
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