Tuna dreams revisited: economic contributions from a tuna enterprise in Solomon Islands
Tuna is one of the few renewable resources available on a large scale for Pacific island countries, and many countries want to develop onshore value-adding processing to generate more domestic economic development from tuna fisheries in the region. The case of Soltai Fishing and Processing (formerly Solomon Taiyo Ltd) provides many useful lessons about the benefits and pitfalls of this development strategy.
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