Asian-Pacific Aquaculture and GAA Global Shrimp Outlook venue changes
SARS prompts GAA to move Outlook to Mexico; WAS moves Asian-Pacific Aquaculture to different hotel venue
Concerns about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) has caused GAA to move the Global Shrimp Outlook: 2003 meeting planned for Phuket, Thailand, in August to the Westin Regina Golf and Beach Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on November 3-6. Cabo San Lucas is a world-class resort area at the interface of the desert and ocean at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula.
Meeting materials for this invitation-only event are now being finalized and will be distributed in July. Complete registration and schedule information will be posted on the GAA website as available. A GAA Update with additional information will also be e-mailed next week.
More info from: Global Aquaculture Alliance -- http://www.gaalliance.org
Meanwhile, due to licensing problems, the WAS meeting: Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2003 has been moved to the Ambassador Bangkok Hotel and Convention Centre.
The Early Registration Deadline has been extended to July 25. To receive the Early Rate, submit your registration and payment by July 25. You can register online: www.was.org - click on the conference logo at the top of the home page.
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