Japan’s country quotas for saury catches rejected at international fisheries meeting

Japan’s proposal for setting country-by-country catch quotas for North Pacific saury was snubbed at an international fisheries meeting that ended Saturday in Sapporo, with China, South Korea and Russia refusing to accept it, officials said. The eight …
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