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International talks with EU & US featured in latest Tuna Market Intelligence

The latest edition of Tuna Market Intelligence, an independent newsletter on tuna markets and influencers, supported by the PNA, is now available with the latest updates on negotiations with the US and EU as well as stories from Palau, Papua New Guinea and more. Read online: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel16

Read the latest on tuna prices, MSC tuna, US Treaty on Fisheries and more

The latest edition of Tuna Market Intelligence, an independent newsletter on tuna markets and influencers, supported by the PNA, is now available with the latest updates on the US Treaty, MSC tuna, Palau marine sanctuary and more. Read online: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel15

Happy World Tuna Day and Congratulations to Kiribati, PNG and Solomon Islands

PACIFIC ISLANDS, 2 MAY 2015: The Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) announced the winners of the World Tuna Day Art and Talent Quest today.

PNA + boat owners, high seas closures and SI policy moves in latest Tuna Market Intelligence

Read more about the PNA's meeting with boat owners this week, tuna price trends, potential high seas closures and Solomon Islands policy moves affecting the industry in the latest edition of Tuna Market Intelligence: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel14

Keep up to date with PNA-wide and national news - new edition of Tuna Market Intelligence out now

The new edition of Tuna Market Intelligence, your fortnightly report on trends and influencers on the global tuna market from the Pacific Islands, is out now. Click this link to read PDF: http://www.pnatuna.com/sites/default/files/marketintel12.pdf or read online: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel12

PNA CEO: PNA not selling out sustainability for cash

  Majuro 27 March 2015 — Contrary to criticism levied by fishing industry officials and a New Zealand MP, the PNA is not undermining sustainability of tuna resources in the western and central Pacific ocean because of short-term greed.

   The Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA), which control waters where over 50 percent of the global supply of skipjack tuna is caught, are leading the region in enforcement of effective conservation initiatives, while securing fair value for fish caught in their waters, said PNA CEO Dr. Transform Aqorau.

PNA promotes fisheries development aspirations of its members

   Majuro, Marshall Islands 22 March 2015 — A range of decisions to support the fisheries development aspirations of the eight members of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) were endorsed during the PNA annual meeting held in Yap, Federated States of Micronesia during the second week of March.

PNA to New Zealand and U.S. tuna industry: ‘If you don’t want to play by the rules, fish elsewhere’

   Auckland, New Zealand 21 March 2015 — The CEO of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) today rejected criticism from New Zealand and United States fishing industry interests of the organization’s tuna management system, saying these are attempts to bully small island countries that are successfully conserving fisheries resources while increasing economic benefits for themselves.

New FAD system, auctioning of fishing days and tuna prices all in latest edition of Tuna Market Intelligence

Read breaking news from the PNA annual meeting, an update on international tuna markets and more in the latest edition of Tuna Market Intelligence, written by reknowned Pacific journalist Robert Matau and sponsored by the PNA. READ THE LATEST EDITION FOR FREE ONLINE: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel11

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