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Enhancing and streamlining administrative and regulatory procedures to support sustainable growth of Baltic Sea region aquaculture

Complex regulations and time-consuming and expensive administrative procedures have been identified to be one of the main factors causing the stagnation of aquaculture production in the European Union. Streamlining these norms and procedures has accordingly been taken on the agenda of all relevant EU aquaculture policy initiatives. Examples of such initiatives include the Common Fisheries Policy as well as the Commission's Communication on Blue Growth and the Strategic Guidelines for the Sustainable Development of EU Aquaculture.

Read more at
http://www.aquabestproject.eu/news-and-events/news/enhancing-and-streamlining-administrative-and-regulatory-procedures-to-support-sustainable-growth-of-baltic-sea-region-aquaculture.aspx

 


published 30.08.2013