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Title: A comparative study on fisheries policy issues and and rice-shrimp farming system between Bangladesh and Vietnam.
Authors: Tasnoova, Shuraya
Tomoyuk, Yutaka
Iwamoto, Izumi
Keywords: Fisheries policy
Bangladesh
Rice - shrimp farming
Vietnam
Issue Date: 2015
Series/Report no.: European Journal of Academic Essays;Volume 2, Issue 4, Page 20 - 34
Abstract: Fisheries policy is new idea if it compares with agricultural policy in developing world. Bangladesh and Vietnam are developing countries. The export oriented production of frozen seafood fisheries sector plays a significant role in the national economy of Bangladesh and Vietnam. Both countries fisheries sector are concentrated on coastal belt and emphasized on shrimp farming. This paper was reviewed and analyzed changes in policy towards Bangladesh and Vietnam and then tried to make a comparison between two countries fisheries policy and rice-shrimp farming system. For this study, data and information were collected from both primary and secondary sources. A total of 170 primary data were collected for rice shrimp farming farmers during July 2010 from Bangladesh (169) and December 2010 from Vietnam (1) and data were analyzed by Microsoft excel for comparison of rice shrimp farming in Bangladesh and Vietnam. Semi-structured interviews were also conducted for policy issues, with personal of other stakeholder organizations for information on policy issues. Both countries have problem in fisheries sector and this sector is one of the main sources for foreign currency
URI: http://euroessays.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/EJAE-358.pdf
http://dspace.agu.edu.vn:8080/handle/agu_library/11793
ISSN: 2183 - 1904 (Online)
2183 - 3818 (Print)
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