ISA Sinks Salmon Exports in Chile

The Fish Site
by The Fish Site
8 January 2009, at 12:00am

CHILE - The Chile US$2.2 billion salmon export industry, is at a standstill over the outbreak of the salmon disease, Infectious Salmon Anemia.

Farming UK reports that the industry that has grown at a steady pace in recent years, depends largely on the salmon farms in the south of the country.

Environmentalists are now suggesting, the industry should be boycotted or banned which is causing more problems for fish farmers.

Further Reading

- Read the report Beneath the Surface of Chile's Troubled Waters by clicking here.