Norway, Scotland, Chile, Canada sign aquaculture agreementStaff writer ▼ | August 18, 2015
Canada, Chile, Scotland and Norway have signed a joint statement on future cooperation on aquaculture, Norway's government said in a release.
Cooperation An important step forward for four countries
These nations - the world's four main producers of Atlantic salmon - see unique opportunities for collaboration, major officials indicated in public statements.
"Although our industries are competitors in a global market, we share some common challenges," Norwegian minister Elisabeth Aspaker said. "By cooperation and exchange of information we can learn from each other in effort to develop the aquaculture industry in a sustainable way,"
Norway's minister for environment, climate change and land reform, Aileen McLeod, also gave words of praise to the agreement. ■