Facing High Costs in China, Tilapia Breeders Send First Broodstock Shipment to Myanmar
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [GT.com] Translated by Amy Zhong - September 9, 2016
According to Panyu Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, recently 30,000 tilapia brood cultivated in Panyu of Guangzhou have passed the bureau’s examination and been exported to Myanmar.
This is the first batch of China’s tilapia brood sold to that country. The bureau has played an active role in assisting local companies of selling fish broodstock and fingerlings. ,
China has a 'belt and road' strategy to increase trade with its close neighbors. The Guangdong conservation center of fishery resources and some local large aquaculture companies have been helped in their development of new markets..
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