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« เมื่อ: ตุลาคม 26, 2006, 08:22:49 PM »

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The Associated Press

Published: October 24, 2006
 
 
BRUSSELS, Belgium EU agriculture ministers approved new rules Tuesday to improve health and safety standards in the EU's €2.6 billion (US$3.3 billion)-a-year fish farming business.
 
"The new legislation will help to shape the future of Europe's aquaculture sector," EU Health Commissioner Markos Kyprianou said. "It will also ensure that consumers can remain confident in the safety and wholesomeness of seafood farmed in the EU."
 
The new rules will set stronger health controls for farmed fish and other seafood and set standards for checking for illness among fish. Nations will also have to draw up contingency plans for dealing with outbreaks of contagious diseases.
 
Under the new rules, the EU will also set aside funds to help producers and national governments deal with the costs of culling stock and other measures to fight disease.
 
Environmentalist groups have complained that farmed fish are often tightly crammed into open water cages, with great risk for the spread of disease and parasites. They say escaped fish can then infect the wild population.
 
 BRUSSELS, Belgium EU agriculture ministers approved new rules Tuesday to improve health and safety standards in the EU's €2.6 billion (US$3.3 billion)-a-year fish farming business.
 
"The new legislation will help to shape the future of Europe's aquaculture sector," EU Health Commissioner Markos Kyprianou said. "It will also ensure that consumers can remain confident in the safety and wholesomeness of seafood farmed in the EU."
 
The new rules will set stronger health controls for farmed fish and other seafood and set standards for checking for illness among fish. Nations will also have to draw up contingency plans for dealing with outbreaks of contagious diseases.
 
Under the new rules, the EU will also set aside funds to help producers and national governments deal with the costs of culling stock and other measures to fight disease.
 
Environmentalist groups have complained that farmed fish are often tightly crammed into open water cages, with great risk for the spread of disease and parasites. They say escaped fish can then infect the wild population.
 
 
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