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South Korea: Jeju Island invests 132.2 billion won in marine and fisheries this year

Seafood
South Korea
Published Jan 16, 2023

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Jeju Island plans to invest a total of 132.2 billion won in the fishery, marine industry, haenyeo fishing, and ports for the 2023 maritime and fisheries policy goal of “creating Jeju sea values and realizing a happy fishing village.” Jeju Island sets up 5 key tasks and 19 action plans in the marine and fisheries sector this year, and focuses on creating Jeju sea values, vitalizing the fishing village economy, and stabilizing the management of fishermen. We will actively respond to the rapidly changing fishery environment, such as internal and external marine environmental crises in the marine and fisheries sector, and devote all our efforts to fostering a sustainable fishery industry that utilizes Jeju sea values. To preemptively respond to changes in the external environment in the maritime and fisheries sector, such as discharge of contaminated water from Fukushima and promotion of joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), KRW 11.3 billion (including funds) is provided for safety and consumption stabilization of fishery products and strengthening competitiveness of the fishery industry to support the residents and fishermen so that they can safely engage in their livelihood.

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Jeju Island plans to invest a total of 132.2 billion won in the fishery, marine industry, haenyeo fishing, and ports for the 2023 maritime and fisheries policy goal of “creating Jeju sea values and realizing a happy fishing village.” Jeju Island sets up 5 key tasks and 19 action plans in the marine and fisheries sector this year, and focuses on creating Jeju sea values, vitalizing the fishing village economy, and stabilizing the management of fishermen. We will actively respond to the rapidly changing fishery environment, such as internal and external marine environmental crises in the marine and fisheries sector, and devote all our efforts to fostering a sustainable fishery industry that utilizes Jeju sea values. To preemptively respond to changes in the external environment in the maritime and fisheries sector, such as discharge of contaminated water from Fukushima and promotion of joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), KRW ...
Source: Fisheco
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