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Welcome to Aquaculture Europe 2017!

One of the factors that may contribute to the lack of positive growth in the aquaculture sector, is the lack of cooperation between operators. This may be regarding production, promotion and market intelligence or training and knowledge management including open access publications. Turning policy into growth can be achieved through diminishing competitive forces through common actions using regional cooperation, public/private partnerships and other initiatives that help to reduce conflicts.

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Latest news:
- Deadline for online abstract submission was May 1. Abstracts can still be submitted, but will have less chance of an oral presentation slot.
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Supporting governance and
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in aquaculture research and innovation
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