Indonesia Captures Notorious Outlaw Fishing Ship

The fishing trade plays an important role in Southeast Asia’s economy and food security. However, illegal fishing is an increasingly serious cross-border issue as it threatens regional stability, livelihoods and the marine ecosystems. In response, the various authorities have stepped up cooperation and enforcement efforts. By Lee Kok Leong, executive editor, Maritime Fairtrade

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