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The Chinese fisheries industry has expanded very strongly since the 1980s, a rarity in China's food sector. Much of this is due to market forces – that is, predominantly private ownership and unregulated prices – being given their head, along with the introduction of technological improvements. At the same time, domestic demand has risen sharply.

As Pacific Ocean stocks have declined, aquaculture (culture fisheries) has become increasingly important, and a significant employer....

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