OECD Review of Fisheries: Policies and Summary Statistics 2015
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OECD Review of Fisheries: Policies and Summary Statistics 2015

The OECD Review of Fisheries provides information on developments in policies and activities in the fishing and aquaculture sectors of OECD countries and participating economies, mainly for the period 2012-13. This year’s edition includes Argentina, the People's Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, Indonesia and Latvia.

Part I overviews the activities in the sector and includes a chapter containing two-page snapshots outlining country summary statistics and key developments in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Additional country-level data and detail on institutional and policy backgrounds, based on contributions by participating countries and economies, are provided in the electronic version of this report.

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In 2011-12 the gross value of Australian fisheries production increased 3% to AUD 2.3 billion (USD 2.3 billion) mainly thanks to increase of aquaculture production by AUD 100 million to AUD 1.1 billion which account for 46% of the total Australian fisheries production. In volume terms, Australian fisheries production increased slightly, by 476 tonnes to 237 540 tonnes. The volume of aquaculture production increased by 10% from 75 188 to 84 605 tonnes, accounting for 36% of total Australian fisheries production while that of capture fisheries declined by 4% to 157 505 tonnes.

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