FAO Fisheries Report No. 732, Supplement
FIPD/R732, Suppl. (En)
Papers presented at the
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Cunningham, S.; Bostock, T. (eds./comps.)
The Support unit for International Fisheries and Aquatic Research (SIFAR) conceived and organized an international workshop on fiscal reform for fisheries, which was hosted by FAO from 13 to 15 October 2003 in Rome, Italy. A key goal of the workshop was to discuss the best use of fiscal methods to achieve both fisheries policy objectives, and broader economic, social and environmental objectives.
This supplement to the Report of the Workshop and Exchange of Views on Fiscal Reforms for Fisheries - to Promote Growth, Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Management, No. 732, presents a compilation of country papers prepared by workshop participants - all key policy-makers from ministries of finance and fisheries, and researchers in their countries of origin. The country papers are based both on personal experience and secondary material, and provide an overview of the following:
Country papers presented in this supplement provided the basis to discussions at the Workshop.
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Preparation of this document
Workshop on the fisheries sector tax system and its role as a management tool: mauritania
Fiscal reforms in fisheries in Uganda
Fiscal reforms for Kenya fisheries
Marine fishery sector in Morocco and tax reform for growth promotion and sustainable management
Contribution to the Workshop on fisheries tax reform. Report of the Ministry of Fisheries Republic of Senegal
Access Agreements: South Pacific Forum Fisheries Agency
Fiscal reforms for Papua New Guinea fisheries
Fiscal reforms for fisheries in India - A case study
Access agreements within the context of fiscal reforms - The Mozambican context
Fiscal reforms for fisheries in Guinea
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