Report of the KMI/APRACA/FAO Regional Workshop on the Effects of Globalization and Deregulation on Marine Capture Fisheries in Asia and the Pacific: Pusan, Republic of Korea, 11-15 October 1999

Series: FAO Fisheries Reports (No. 624)
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The findings and recommendations of the Workshop suggest that many countries in Asia and the Pacific benefit from globalization and deregulation. These benefits include improved quality and better access of their fishery products to markets in other countries within and outside Asia and the Pacific, increased export earnings, exchange of technology, increased productivity and efficiency and better supply of fishery products for local populations through liberalization of imports of fishery products.