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Chile\'s recovery from ISA feature of Global outlook for Aquaculture Leadership

On November 7, GOAL 2011 will feature a panel on Chile's recovery from ISA. After disease-related losses felled the country's salmon production in 2007 and 2008, a public-private sector plan is now guiding a recovery aimed at restoring output to pre-ISA levels

October 6, 2011

Diseases have humbled aquaculture through the years, as evidenced by the rise and fall of shrimp in key regions and, more recently, salmon in Chile. Facing the recurring specter of disease, how must aquaculture adjust its practices in meeting rising seafood demand? Once production changes are in place, will the business world view aquaculture risk differently?
 
On November 7, GOAL 2011 will feature a panel on Chile's recovery from ISA. After disease-related losses felled the country's salmon production in 2007 and 2008, a public-private sector plan is now guiding a recovery aimed at restoring output to pre-ISA levels.
 
This case study on Chile's recovery, supported by the World Bank and Chile's Undersecretariat for Fisheries, will assist other countries in recognizing health problems before they become major obstacles to success. Listen closely, for in aquaculture, better health means better business, and the views of the following GOAL panelists translate well to other species and regions.

Visit the GOAL website for full details, including program and speaker profiles.

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