Sunday April 5, 2020

Funding of €239 million to upgrade fishing industry

Bulk of money will implement Common Fisheries Policy

8th December, 2015
Fund to foster innovation in fishing. Pic: Pixabay

The EU has adopted €239 million investment package for the Irish fisheries and aquaculture sectors.

The funding aims to make the Irish fisheries and aquaculture sectors more competitive and sustainable.

It will do this by fostering innovation, skills and a more efficient and sustainable use of resources.

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