With this year’s edition of the Faroe Business Report about two weeks away from publication, a targeted ‘light’ version of the FBR will hit the European Seafood Exposition, which will be held in in Brussels on 23 through 25 April.
The 28-page Faroe Business Report 2013 Excerpts — focusing on seafood, fisheries and aquaculture — features a cover story on the state of affairs in the Faroese seafood industry including an analysis of the pelagic fisheries, some of which have been surrounded by controversy, notably in the case of mackerel and herring. A detailed statistical account of seafood exports related to wild caught and farmed species is likewise included in the piece.
The article, written by editor and publisher Bui Tyril, is followed by sponsored profiles of 11 Faroese organisations and businesses: The Ministry of Fisheries, Framherji, Christian í Grótinum, Landshandilin, Aquaculture Research Station of the Faroes (Fiskaaling), HiddenFjord, Vónin, the Port of Fuglafjørður, Petur Larsen, the Port of Tvøroyri, and the Port of Runavík, with an ad from the Faroe Islands Fisheries Inspection (FVE) occupying the back cover.
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