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Peruvian squid landings should not exceed 250,000 tonnes, scientists recommended. (Photo: Stock File)

Temporary squid regime established

PERU
Monday, July 05, 2010, 08:30 (GMT + 9)



The Ministry of Production (Produce) established interim arrangements for commercial fisheries of squid or jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) for fishing vessels flying foreign flags.
 
Under the new rules, the measure shall take effect from Friday 2 July to 30 June 2011.
 
Scientists at the Peruvian Institute of the Sea (IMARPE) recommended that the catch quota does not exceed 250,000 tonnes, an amount estimated not to affect the sustainability of the stocks of giant squid in the Peruvian sea.
 
Scientific studies by IMARPE took into account the variability of the resource, the environment and the estimated confidence limits.
 
The researchers concluded that "the process of normalisation of the marine environment would favour the reproduction and recruitment of the resource and hence the entry of new cohorts in the coming months," reports Andina.
 
During the last reviews carried out in summer, there was a stock comprising a large number of juveniles, with good growth potential.
 
Ships benefiting should be flying the flag of countries under fisheries cooperation programs with Peru.
 
The fishing permit will have a term of no less than one month nor more than three months, which can be renewed by the filing of the application and a new letter of guarantee.
 
Fishing rights have a cost of USD 65 per unit of net tonnage of the boat, per month or fraction greater than 15 calendar days of the license duration.
 
For every metric tonne of nominal catch transshipped, USD 15 must be paid.
 
At the end of June, the Central Reserve Bank (BCR) said that squid has become the second most important Peruvian fishing sector, after anchovy (Engraulis ringens).
 
According to the financial institution, squid won a major share of the total value of fisheries exports of frozen products, reaching 48.3 per cent in April.
 
Related article:
 
- Giant squid is consolidated in domestic seafood sector

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