Europêche urges European Commission to remove zero tariff quotas on 22,000 tonnes of tuna loins from South-east Asian countries
Europêche believes there are enough tuna loins originating from the Community fleet and from countries with duty free access to the EU. Europêche also maintain that there are various other species such as plaice, pangasius, Alaskan pollack and tilapia commonly used as substitutes also benefitting from tariff-free imports despite an improvement in stocks.
Statement from Javier Garat, President of Europêche, in response to the Pew Foundation’s ‘Turning The Tide’ Report.
Appointment of new Managing Director signals fresh drive to communicate the modern face of the sector to the public and policymakers
Position & Letters
Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for Fisheries comments on the Proposal for a Regulation laying down a prohibition on driftnet fisheries COM(2014)265
EU Social Partners in the fisheries sector comments on the Proposal for a Regulation laying down a prohibition on driftnet fisheries, amending Council Regulations (EC) No 850/98, (EC) No 812/2004, (EC) No 2187/2005 and (EC) No 1967/2006 and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 894/97
Open letter to UK Fisheries Minister George Eustice concerning the Council position on EU Deep-Sea Fisheries Regulation
Council position on EU Deep-Sea Fisheries Regulation
Open letter to Mr. Juncker: Social responsibilities in sea-fisheries; the role of the European Union
Social responsibilities in sea-fisheries; the role of the European Union
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