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China’s experience in developing fish farming
Korneiko Ol'ga Valentinovna

PhD in Economics

Docent, the department of Economics, Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service

690014, Russia, Primorsky Krai, Vladivostok, Gogolya Street 41

olga30300@mail.ru
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Abstract.

The object of this research is the fish farming industry of China – the most successful country worldwide in this regard, demonstrating high rates of growth and rapid expansion onto the global seafood market. China raises more fish than catches in the wild, covering 80% of the domestic demand for fish products. The subject of this research is the key factors of success of China’s fish farming activities, mechanisms and methods of the state aid, emerging bases of the efficient innovative and technological development of the sector. Special attention is given to reconsideration of China’s experience due to the fact some circumstances were not previously taken into account. The work examines that status and factors of development of fisheries and fish farming in China based on the data provided by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, annual statistical digests of China, and other sources.

Keywords: structural regulation, transformation, value of fishing, fishermen, fish processing, capture, Aquaculture, China, experience, fishing

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8647.2017.4.24256

Article was received:

23-09-2017


Review date:

24-09-2017


Publish date:

21-12-2017


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