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Commercial Exploitation of Fisheries: Production, Marketing, and Finance Strategies

Hrishikes Bhattacharya (Author)
Synopsis This volume presents a comprehensive, multidisciplinary study of world fishery products, with a focus on India. A strategic analysis of major production and marketing centres of the world establishes the ascendancy of developing countries over the developed in both fish production and market share. The author develops detailed production and market models within the framework of competitive strategies to help evolve a national export policy and assist the market expansion for Indian fishery. This is followed by an in-depth analysis of the evolution of the fishery industry in the country, its problems and prospects within the global framework. The study finds that despite technological advancement, fishery in India continues to be predominantly traditional in nature. Unbounded expansions of boat-capacity, over-fishing and general deceleration in the growth of marine catches have resulted in low incomes. Deep-sea fishing and seafood export have seriously slowed down, and virtually the entire industry is sick. To counter these problems, the author prescribes unique schemes of reconstruction for traditional fisherman, deep-sea trawler operators and seafood export industry. This is an invaluable handbook for exporters, banks, and financial institutions involved in piscicultural and export finance. It will also be useful for postgraduate students of animal husbandry and agricultural product marketing
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Bibliographic information

Title Commercial Exploitation of Fisheries: Production, Marketing, and Finance Strategies
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 0195658434
length xx+327p., Tables; Figures; 23cm.