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Efficiency in aquaculture concessions promised

CHILE
Friday, July 16, 2010, 01:40 (GMT + 9)

The Subsecretariat of Fisheries (SUBPESCA) seeks to solve the processing of aquaculture concessions within two years.
 
"The President Sebastián Piñera stressed that we must not only recover the sense of efficiency, but also  urgency. Our ideal is to deal with all this within a maximum period of two years, with responsibility, not repeating previous bad practices," said the head of SUBPESCA, Pablo Galilea.
 
The subsecretary noted that in the Magallanes region, there are 1200 aquaculture concessions waiting to be adopted, and while recognising the importance of salmon farming, he said that Chilean aquaculture includes other activities.
 
"We are working on diversification: in the North we can farm dorado and abalone, for example, where investors are concerned; and we can incorporate more artisanal small-scale cultivation," said Galilea.
 
According to subsecretary, today the approval of an application can take up to seven years, a period too long. "The average is up to four years, where there is much bureaucracy," said Galilea told Estrategia.
 
On asking about the opinion of Cesar Barros, president of the Association of the Chilean Salmon Industry AG (SalmonChile), on control of the salmon farming companies by the entity and not SUBPESCA, he said: "We are being proactive, and we know that the fiscal entity is the National Fisheries Service (SERNAPESCA) and the ones who regulate us are us, which we are doing fully."
 
"We must implement the law and regulations, see the relocations, identify areas suitable for aquaculture and take care of sanitary issues, among other things. We will meet the deadline set by law, which is April 2011," he said.
 
"We're not endorsing the responsibility to SalmonChile, who argued for years that self-regulation was the way forward, and the infectious salmon anemia (ISA) virus proved otherwise. What we do, we will consult with industry players at certain points," he said.
 
Related article:


- Industry recovery to take around five years: SalmonChile
 
By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com
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