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China's Yantai to Speed Up Aquatic Production Plans

The government of Yantai City, Shandong province, China, will quicken the development of aquatic production in the coming decade.

Yantai is situated in the eastern part of the Shandong peninsula and has a 900-km coastline with rich marine resources. The city turned out 460,000 tons of aquatic products with a total output value of almost $190 million in 1990.

By the end of this century it plans to boost total aquatic production output to 1.2 million tons. To reach the target, an export-oriented fishing industry will be developed featuring artificial breeding of aquatic products, and promotion of off-shore and ocean fishing sectors.
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Title Annotation:Yantai City; fishing industry production
Publication:Quick Frozen Foods International
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Oct 1, 1991
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