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Palau | Ban on fish exports from MPA lifted, though 80% of reserve remains a no-take zone

Changes to Palau’s National Marine Sanctuary – an area encompassing 500,000 square kilometers and roughly 80 percent of the country’s exclusive economic zone – will now allow fish exports in the domestic fishing zone. 


The law takes effect in 2020 and, although the ban on fish exports has been lifted, 80 percent of the country's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) will still be a no-take zone.


https://www.seafoodsource.com/news/supply-trade/palau-changes-famed-marine-sanctuary-law-allowing-commercial-exports

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