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South Korea: Suggestions for revitalizing the inland water aquaculture industry

Published May 7, 2024

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The article highlights the stagnation of Korea's inland water aquaculture industry, which has seen decreased production to less than 1% of total marine product production. The Korea Federation of Inland Water Aquaculture Organizations is advocating for changes to revitalize the industry, including introducing a single permit system for inland water aquaculture, easing regulations on exclusive licensing for fish farms, and introducing smart fish farms. Other suggestions include revitalizing the Federation of Inland Water Aquaculture Organizations, developing aquaculture technology, and providing government-level financial support and deregulation. The industry's revitalization is crucial for improving food self-sufficiency and the national economy.
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The inland water aquaculture industry has been stagnant for 30 years. Now is the time to take a leap forward. Stabilization of fishery management through a single fish species permit system Regulations on exclusive licensing for fish farms need to be relaxed Introducing smart fish farms and developing aquaculture technology Planning to revitalize distribution according to the 6th industry Government-level financial support and deregulation are desperately needed. Recently, the importance of the inland water aquaculture industry has been increasing worldwide due to problems such as climate change, environmental pollution, and the discharge of water from nuclear power plants in Japan. However, there is still a lack of interest and support for the inland water aquaculture industry in Korea. Now is the time to prepare specific and practical measures to revitalize the inland water aquaculture industry. Decreased to 1% of total seafood production The Korea Federation of Inland Water ...
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