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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

06/01/2016: Aqua Fisheries 2016 in Cambodia and Myanmar

http://myanmar-aquafisheries.com/news/aqua-fisheries-cambodia-2016.html
Aqua Fisheries Cambodia, 8-9 August 2016

Having overcome many years of political instability, Cambodia is now at peace and is making great strides in aquaculture, fisheries and livestock thanks to government support.

The country is home to some of the world's most intensive freshwater fisheries. The 2.6 million tonnes of fish caught annually in the Mekong basin represent seven times more than the catch of North American inland fisheries and more than 10 times the entire fish catch in Australia.

Fish production in Cambodia is three times as big as the country's pig production and 20 times bigger than its chicken production. Most Cambodians rely on fish as a source of affordable protein.

Cambodia’s largest integrated fisheries exhibition will be held at the Phnom Penh Hotel, Phnom Penh on 8-9 August 2016.
 
Read more and download the brochure HERE.
    

http://myanmar-aquafisheries.com/news/aqua-fisheries-myanmar-2016.html
Aqua Fisheries Myanmar, 28-30 September 2016

Myanmar's largest integrated fisheries exhibition will be held at the Myanmar Convention Centre, Yangon, Myanmar on 28-30 September 2016 in conjunction with the 2nd Myanmar Seafood Show. 

Read more and download the brochure HERE.


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