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Big fishing catch claims ‘exaggerated’ – industry

New Zealand is part of the study, which is due for release next month and estimates the actual annual harvest from all the world's fisheries since 1950. 

Nevil Gibson for NBR Food Industry Week
Wed, 25 Mar 2015

The seafood industry has challenged the findings of an international academic study that claims local fishing catches over six decades may up be up to three times larger than officially recorded.

New Zealand is part of the study, which is due for release next month and estimates the actual annual

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Nevil Gibson for NBR Food Industry Week
Wed, 25 Mar 2015
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