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Mauritania and Senegal renew fishing agreement after two year silence [Business Africa]

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Senegal-Mauritania fishing agreement*

Two and a half years after the end of their last fishing agreement, Dakar and Nouakchott concluded at the beginning of July to a new convention allowing Senegalese fishermen to work in Mauritania.
They will be allowed to fish 50,000 tonnes of small pelagic fish per year and use a maximum of 400 boats.
In exchange, Mauritanians will receive the equivalent of 10 euros for one tonne of small pelagic animals caught, essentially to cover the costs of the proced…
READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2018/07/12/mauritania-and-senegal-renew-fishing-agreement-after-two-year-silence-business

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