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The impacts of COVID-19 on fisheries and aquaculture in East Asia -19-20 November 2020

12/11/2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause major disruption in societies around the world and inflict severe damage to the global economy. Governments have introduced various measures intended to slow the spread of the virus, including social isolation directives, limitations on business opening hours and travel restrictions. The fisheries and aquaculture sector, along with many other industries, is having to deal with a bleak demand outlook and an array of supply challenges.

East Asia, particularly China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea, concentrates a significant volume of exports, imports and consumption of fish and fish products globally. These different and combined patterns of market players as big exporters, importers and consumers, led to a positive environment for the creation of mitigation measures and assessment of new opportunities to counteract the outcomes of the pandemic.

In this context, FAO GLOBEFISH is organizing a webinar to explore some of the solutions, opportunities, and best practices identified by China, Japan and the Republic of Korea in mitigating the negative spillovers of the pandemic. The webinar will provide a unique discussion panel in assessing the changes and trends of fisheries and aquaculture value chains framed by these new measures and the pandemic itself.

The first session will explore issues at a global level and in the markets of Japan and the Republic of Korea. It will take place on 19 November 2020 at 9:00 am (CET).

The second session will explore the Chinese market. It will take place on 20 November 2020 at 9:00 am (CET). 

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Dates and time: 

19 and 20 November 2020 | 9:00 am (CET)

Webinar registrationhttps://fao.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KCpe_4NOQS6yFKVlHWcClQ

Contacts: 

For information on this particular event, please e-mail us at [email protected]ao.org

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