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National aquaculture plan launched

PERU
Thursday, January 28, 2010, 17:00 (GMT + 9)


The National Aquaculture Development Plan (PNDA) for the 2010-2015 period will enter into force the first week of February, Minister of Production (Produce) Jose Gonzales announced yesterday.

“In the coming weeks we will launch the National Aquaculture Development Plan and, backed by intense promotion, setting out its objectives, which are aligned with those pursued by the law that promotes investment in high Andean zones,” the minister maintained.

The primary aim of the Plan is to guide the process of aquaculture development through the mobilisation of financial resources from the public and private sectors, and to boost international cooperation, Gonzales explained.

“We have undertaken a working visit of the high Andean zones and have found immense investment potential; there are even private initiatives that are underway, particularly in the mining sector,” he added.

In addition, he said that he had planned to meet with the representatives of some mining companies to study aquaculture projects in detail, Andina reports.

Of the aquaculture projects being undertaken, that of the Cachi River (Ayacucho), and others in Huancavelica, Junin, and Lake Titicaca (Puno) stand out, the minister of production also commented.

Some of the government’s goals in aquaculture matters are to:

Increase aquaculture sector production between 95,000 and 110,000 tonnes and the commercialised volume of aquaculture products in the internal market between 16,000 and 18,000 tonnes;
Augment the volume of exports between 25,000 and 27,000 tonnes and their value between USD 170 million and USD 186 million; and to raise per capita consumption of aquaculture products between 0.86 and 0.94 grams;
Boost private investment by 50 per cent, credits for aquaculture by 100 per cent, the areas available for activity development by 15 per cent, and aquaculture rights (major and minor scale authorisations and concessions in the marine and continental arena) by 20 per cent;
Reduce imports of shrimp post larvae by 30 per cent as the national seed production supplies 30 per cent of total demand;
Diminish trout roe imports by 5 per cent as the supply of this species of good quality will depend on the success of research.
The Ministry disclosed that it will establish four centres of health reference and promote four research programmes for aquaculture, each for one species.

By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com

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